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Lenoir-Rhyne College 



HACAWA 2001 



Volume XCm 




7th Avenue and 8th Street Northeast 

Hickory, North CaroUna 28603 

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CARL A, RUDISILL LIBRARY 
L£NOIR-RHYNE COLLEGE 



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A Reflection 
on the Year... 



Below: Leebo helps freshmen 
move in during Prologue. 



Lenoir-Rhyne College has such an 
array of style and opinion that it's 
hard to cover everyone under one 
theme. So this year, we're taking a 
different approach. We don't have a 
specific theme, we don't need one. 
Together we optimize what Lenoir- 
Rhyne is all about. It's a collaboration 
of people, faces, feelings, and actions 
which bring us all together. Today we 
make the memories for tomorrow, so 
have fun doing whatever you do. Re- 
alize the impact that you have on oth- 
ers. Try something different - say "hi" 
to someone you don't normally asso- 
ciate with. Lessen the gap between the 
class of 2001 and 2004 because we're 
all in this together. Live in the now 
because nowi^ what counts. Make a 
difference today and watch its impact 
on 
tomorrow. 



Colleen Anderson, Editor 



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Above: Comedian 
Craig Carmean 
entertains L-R 
students during the 
first week of school at 
Comedy Night 
sponsored by CAB. 

Right: Robener 
Phillips makes a new 
friend at the Crawdads * 
game during an RA 
outing. 





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Left: Freshmen Tony Burwell 
and his roommate Nick Jenkins 
have fun at the bowhng alley 
during Prologue. 

Below: The Pi Kapps hang out 
at their table during the 
organization fair. 





Above: President LaHurd and 
his wife, Carol, cheer on the 
Cross-Country team at their 
meet in Southside Park. 

Left: Freshmen Couilney 
Blakelock and Sarah Macaskill 
han2 out in Isenhour. 



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Right: Freshmen Class President 
Nikki Brown rides the Cinco de 
Mayo float during homecoming. 



Right: Bret "The General" 
Johnson cheers on the Lady 
Bears at a volleyball game. 

Below: Prologue leaders Landi 
Coltrain, Jade Cobb, and 
Michelle Harrison put on a skit 
for freshmen and their families 
at dinner. 




Above: C.A.B. members Josh 
Lovell, Jade Cobb, and Leigh 
Chandler hang out at the 
organizational fair. 



Above: "The Three Amigos" 
Dorp. Lucchi, and Sarge hang out 
together at a party. 



4 Candids 



'The roots of true achievement Ue in the will to become the 

>eSt that you can become. " Hamld Taylon President of Sarah Lawrence College 



Left: It's limbo time! Einka Baumann gets ready to 
limbo as Leebo goes under the pole. 

Below: Robin Williams, Becky Bentley. Kara 
Birdwell. and Marissa Mickey han2 out together. 




Above: Brett Lybrand enjoys his night out in Hickory 
during Prologue at the bowling alley. 

Left: Members of the L-R family form a human 
AIDS ribbon during events sponsored by Delta 
Zeta sorority to gain support for fighting the 
deadly disease. 



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Dedicated to 
Ms. Becky Sharpe 



Becky Sharpens roots at Lenoir-Rhyne 
go as far back as the creation of the 
college in 1891. Her great grandfather, 
Dr. R.A. Yoder, was the first President | 
and co-founder of the college. She was 
born in Cabarrus county, and raised in 
this area by her parents, Rev. William 
Hall and Mary Beth Hall. After 
graduating from East Rowan High 
School, she attended Lenoir-Rhyne 
College where she was active on campus 
and a member of the A Capella Choir 
She received a Bachelor of Arts degree 
in Education and after graduating from 
Lenoir-Rhyne, she went on to 
Appalachian State University and 
received her Master's Degree in v 
Guidance Counseling. Prior to her 
present position as the Administrative 
Associate for Dean Anita Johnson Gwin 
and Student Affairs, she was a Resident 
Director in Morgan Hall, Conrad Hall, 
and Price Village. Becky Sharpe 's 
involvement and dedication to L-R is a 
valuble asset to the entire Lenoir-Rhyne 
community. 




Above: Lenoir-Rhyne Homecoming 1969. 
Becky (left) shows her bear spirit early in life! 




Above: Becky in her office, 
just another great day at L-R 
for her! 



6 Dedication 



Her dedication to Lenoir-Rhyne has had many 
different faces...Resident Director, 
Administrative Associate, and Student... 




Below: Dean Anita Johnson 
Gwin and Becky Sharpe during 
a Student Affairs day helping 
Habitat for Humanity. 



'Mrs. Sharpe has been an inspiration as she motivated 
ne to fulfill RA duties my first year at Lenoir-Rhyne. 
iince then she has been that smiling face that everyone 
leeds to make their day brighter, that supplier of candy 
vhen we all have low blood sugar, and that confidant 
hat I can share my dreams and aspirations, as well as 
ny failures, hardships, and short-comings, someone 
hat hears our concerns but does no choose sides, I 
'ouldgo on and on..." 
- Tim Rush, Senior 



"Becky Hall Sharpe is one of my most valued 
employees. Becky's talents range from a beautiful 
singing voice and excellent cook to a supportive, 
loyal and sensitive personality. Becky views Lenoir- 
Rhyne not just as a job, but as her home. She cares 
for students as though they are her children and sees 
the Student Affairs staff members as a part of her 
family. Lenoir-Rhyne College is embedded in Becky." 

-Anita Johnson Gwin , Vice President for Student 
Affairs and Dean of Students 



"Mrs. Sharpe is always willing to help me and I love to 
hear all of her critter stories. Even though I don 't like 
cats, I've learned to love hers! Thank you for supply- 
ing me with a daily dose of candy. Sometimes I feel 
like I have my very own Willy Wonka Factory here on 
campus. You 're the greatest!" 

• Sarah Jane Milheim, Junior 



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Events of 
Lenoir-Rhyne 



Every year, Lenoir-Rhyne sponsors many events for both the students 
and the community in Hickory. Whether it be on stage, behind the scenes, 
at a dance or in the stands, Lenoir-Rhyne students always seem to find 
the energy to devote themselves entirely to making L-R a diverse and 
active part of the community. This year. Homecoming offered a tasteful 
look at the Festivals of the World, Playmakers entertained audiences with 
"Dracula," and we had several exciting and interesting writers on campus 
as part of Lenoir-Rhyne's "Visiting Writers Series." We said good-bye to 
our Seniors who graduated and welcomed in a new class of freshmen 
during Prologue. In addition to our classroom studies, we had many 
visitors to campus invited by Campus Activities Board to entertain us and 
to educate us. On the lite side were Comedians, a hypnotist, and a kissing 
expert. While some speakers brought serious issues to the table including 
a former skinhead now in the fight to end prejudice. 

An exciting part of this year has been the ground-breaking for two new 
buildings, the Living and Learning Center and the McCrorie Center. Both 
buildings will offer students new opportunities to expand their horizons 
and grow academically in their studies. The Living and Learning Center 
will be a place where Juniors and Seniors will be housed and will also 
have classrooms and learning facilities. The McCrorie Center will offer 
a new state-of-the-art allied health facility for Sports Medicine, Athletic 
Training, L-R athletics. Nursing, Occupational Therapy, and Student 
Health Services. 

All of these events shaped our year here at Lenoir-Rhyne and offered 
us many ways to meet new people, learn new things, and add to our 
ultimate college experience. 







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Above: Comedian Buzz Sutherland 
entertains students v\ ith iiis hilarious 
stand-up act during 10 cent wing & 
comedy night. 

Left: Freshmen Kelly Aldridge. 
Katie Collins, and Kim Greer enjoy 
their time at the Lutheran Home 
during their Comminity Service 
Project lor Prologue. 



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Commencement 2000 



Lenoir-Rhyne held its 108th Commencement exercise in Shuford Memorial Gym on May 1 3. The Rev. James Foltz 
Mauney, Bishop ot the Virginia Synod of the ELCA; the Rev. Dr. Jane Pope Mitcham. pastor of St. Paul Lutheran 
Church in Statesville and contract staff. Office of the Bishop, North CaroUna Lutheran Synod; Tony Allen Pope, 
president and CEO of the Catawba Transportation Group, Claremont; Dr. Ki-Hyun (Kenny), President, and Sun 
Shin (Sunny) Chun, Vice President, of Chungroup of Charlotte all received honorary degrees from Lenoir-Rhyne 
College. Mauney and Mitcham received honorary Doctor of Divinity degrees. Pope received a Doctor of Humane 
Letters, and the Chuns received a Doctor of Laws.The guest speaker was Daniel Johnson of Hickory, who received 
the Navy and Marine Corps Medal for Heroism and the Kiwanis International Medal of Valor for his service in the 
United States Navy after graduating from UNC-Chapel Hill. We said farewell to 226 of our students and wished them 
the very best as they begin a new life, bringing with them all that they have learned here at Lenoir-Rhyne College. 




Above: Bishop Leonard Bolick of 
Niirlli Carolina. Pastor Andrew 
Weisner, and Dr. Larry Yoder 
presided over tlie Coniinencenient 
ceremony. 

Right: David Hensley discusses the 
ceremony before entering. David 
carried the cross in the processiona 



Above:^'\\\\'Aw\ Shuford, Lenoir- 
Rhyne's College Marshal and 
Professor Emeritus led the proces- 
sional into the ceremony. 



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Left: Shele Keeley and her father. 
Dr. Ben Judkins. celebrate her 
achieveinents after the graduation 
ceremonies. 



Below: Pre.sident LaHurd. Dr. B. 
Jenkins, and others listen as the 
guest speaker. David Johnson, 
speaks. 




Left: President Ryan LaHurd speaks 
to the seniors and their families 
during the Commencement exercise. 



Above: David Johnson, our guest 
speaker, talked about his experi- 
ences and achievements to the 
Senior Class and guests. 



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Prologue 2000 



Prologue 2000 kicked off on Friday, August 1 8th under the direction of the new 
Director of Student Activities and Orientation, Sarah Hotchkiss, and Coordina- 
tors Brandy Wellmon, Gretchen Ferris, and Josh Lovell. The new freshmen 
participated in group activities both on and off campus, including service 
projects throughout the community. A few of the places freshmen went 
included: the Moravian Church Daycare, Hickory and Conover YMC A, Hickory 
Soup Kitchen, Lutherhaus, FACED Center, Red Cross of Hickory, and the 
Walden House. On campus, the freshmen attended a seminar on date rape 
entitled "He Said - She Said," the Beach Party and Cookout on the practice field, 
dessert at their faculty advisor's home, and the Night Out on Hickory, where 
groups enjoyed time out in the town. Most groups went bowling or to the 
Crawdads same. 





Above: Katie Koestner speaks 
to the freshmen about her 
experience with date rape, and 
how not to be a victim. Katie 
speaks with the freshman every 
year in a forum that is part of 
GEN 110. 

Right: Enjoying the picnic 
dinner, Greg Jacobs and Robby 
Koontz show how lasting 
friendships can be made here at 
LRC. 



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Proloaue 2000 





Left: Prologue leaders Jade 
Cobb and Kristine Gise take a 
break from helping freshmen 
move in to pose for a quick 
shot. 





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Left: Morgan Hall 
RA"s Jenn Sterling. 
Jess Lougey, and 
Robener Phillips help 
the new residents 
check in and direct 
them to their rooms. 




Left: The Lybrand family has 
dinner in the cafeteria on Friday 
evening. This was a chance lor 
the parents to hear from the 
Residence Life Staff and meet 
Prologue leaders before heading 
back home that night. 



Above: Bruce Hayden. Associ- 
ate Dean of Students, speaks to 
the new freshmen and their 
families at dinner Friday night. 



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Prologue 2000 



Below: Enjoying the beach party, Brad and 
Robby take a dip in the "pool" 




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Above: Prologue leaders Brandy Cruse, Ginny Above: Corey Stirewalt helps move a frid 

Lee, Gretchen Ferris, Emily Hopping, Krissy for one of the freshman moving into Mc 

Kolster, and David Yoder show off their "Super" gan. Looks a little heavy, doesn't it? 
skills. Great job on Prologue guys! 



Right: Leigh Chandler shows off her 
enthusiasm about Prologue during the 
Beach Party 

Below: J. P. Cima plays frisbee during the 
Beach Party 




Above: Lindsay Norton and Erin Edenfield 
figure out their scores as they enjoy their 
night out in Hickory at the Bowling Alley. 

Left: Pastor VVcisncr and Sarah Hotchkiss 
parly hard at the beach party. The only 
question is. where" s Pepper'? 



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Breaking NewJJround 



In the past year, Lenoir-Rhyne has celebrated the ground-breaking of two new buildings set to open within the next fe 
years. The Living and Learning Center will house juniors and seniors and the facility will have a first-floor apartme 
available for a faculty-in-residence and space for that professor to hold small classes and seminars. The McCrorie Cent 
for Allied Health will be home to the health-related departments: nursing, occupational therapy, and sports medicine ai 
will also house the Athletic department. Approximately one-third of the college's students are majoring in the allied heal 
sciences, including pre-med. The building's shared resources will allow those students to train in a collaborative, mull 
faceted environment representative of the health-care settings they will work in upon graduation. 

The Living and Learning Center... 




Above: Leigh Chandler. Aage 
Linstad. President Ryan 
LaHurd, Dean Anita Johnson 
Gwin, Rev. Bill Mulholiand. 
and Tom Reese ceremonially 
break ground for the new Living 
and Learning Center. 

Right: Senior Class (2000) 
President Aage Linstad and 
Junior Class President Leigh 
Chandler present a drawing of 
the new building. 



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Right: Dean Anita Johnson 
Gwin speaks to students, 
faculty, staff, and alumni about 
the new Living and Learning 
Center and all that it will bring 
to the L-R community. 



The McCrorie Center... 



Left: An artists sketch of what the 
front of the McCrorie Center w il 
look Hke. 




Left: Hank McCrorie speaks to Above: Hank McCrorie. Hernicc 

members ofthe student body, staff. McCrorie. President I.aHurd. and 

faculty, and alumni about his time John Moose gather around die 

at L-R and how important this area where die ground was first 

new facility will be. broken. 

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CAB. Events 



Throughout the year, Lenoir-Rhyne's Campus Activities Board (C.A.B.) invites many visitors to campus to 
speak or perform. C.A.B. sponsors different comedians and perfoiTners, such as Chuck Milligan, hypnotist who 
dazzled crowds once again with his captivating performance and comedians Craig Carmean, Buzz Sutherland, 
and Steve Matuszak. who entertained crowds with their hilarious stand-up acts. Guest Lecturer William Cane, 
an expert on kissing, entertained students with his talk on "The Art of Kissing"" which was covered by news media 
in Charlotte and surrounding areas. Another guest lecturer, Frank Meeink, who is a former skinhead, spoke about 
his fight to end prejudice. All of the excellent Homecoming activities were sponsored by C.A.B. including free 
bowling, movie night, the street fair, and the dance. They also sponsored a night of laser tag in the Intramural 
Gym where students could play laser tag all night for free. Whether it was a serious lecturer or an entertaining 
comic, Lenoir-Rhyne has offered students a variety of events throughout the year to add more than just classes 
to the ultimate college experience. 




Above: Lifeguard Cory Morgan 
yells at kids to not pee in the 
pool. Do you think Chuck 
Milligan had anything to do 
with this one too? 

Right: Aimee McLean and 
David Sensenig demonstrate for 
the audience during "The Art of 
Kissing." 




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Left: Comedian Steve Matuszak 
gives a great shot for the camera 
during his stand-up act. 

Below: Leila Wiggins swats at 
all the bugs around her - no 
really, its what the hypnotist 
said! 





Below: Comedian Buzz 
Sutherland does an interpretive 
dance with the little lights with 
Pat Favero. 




Above: Leah Williams. Michelle 
McConncll. Katie Bowen. and Ashley 
Dinney enjoy Backslreets wings 
before the comedy performance. 



ove: Hypnotist Chuck Milligan convinced Eric Benson that if he 
sn"t drinking water what was he drinking?! Hmmm... 



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Far Above: Chuck Milligan hypnotizes 
Alesha White. 

Above Right: Former Skinhead Frank 
Meeink tells his story about being 
involved in the Skinhead inovement, his 
time in prison, and his new life after 
racism. 

Above: John Setzer and Crystal Pepper 
dish up some great Backstreets wings 
before the comedy show. 

Right: William Cane, a kissing expert, 
signs his book for an audience member 
after his lecture. 



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Left: Sarah Jane Milheim and Tim Rush 
demonstrate kissing techniques during 
"The Art of Kissing." 

Below: Comedian Buzz Sutherland 
entertains students while they eat wings 
in the Bears Lair. 




Above: Chuck Milligan watches as two hypnotized 
students argue about the order of numbers. 1.2 4. right? 

Left: He's so excited! He found those 
precious things that he lost! 



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This year. Homecoming at Lenoir-Rhyne celebrated the festivals of the world. In this week long celebration, sponsored by 
Campus Activities Board, students enjoyed free bowling, movie night, and challenging each other with Spirit Links. The 
week ended with a street fair with many different activities, including listening to a live remote broadcast by Charlotte's 
Kiss 95.1 FM, a sky diving simulator, games, great Bojangles food, and Sumo wrestling. Friday night, the Homecoming 
Dance was held in Cromer Center for everyone to get together and see the Homecoming King be crowned. This years winner 
was Senior Josh Lovell. All of these activities were a part of a successful week of fun activities building up to the parade 
and the big game on Saturday against the Mars Hill Lions at Moretz Stadium. Alumni came back for the game and reunited 
to talk with old classmates and visit the campus. Before the game, our A Capella Choir sang the Star Spangled Banner while 
our Sign Troupe interpreted the song. It was a great way for all of the L-R students to see their fellow classmates perfomi. 
During halftime, the Homecoming Queen was crowned and all of the nominees were escorted onto the field. Senior Cynthia 
Kennett was nominated Homecoming Queen and was crowned. Homecoming 2000 was a great success for everyone and 
will be a great memory to keep when we leave Lenoir-Rhyne. i 




Above: Kappa Delta Anne 
Monroe shows off her devihsh 
costume on the Halloween float. 

Right: Sigma Kappas Kelly 
Guffey, Wendy Mease, Jesse 
Carroll, and Leigh Bryant get 
ready for the Masked Parade. 



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Left: "Uncle Sam" Amanda 
Lane and Tiffany Menze 
celebrate the Fourth of July 
Delta Zeta style! 



Left: Jason Call gets into the 
spirit of Oktoberfest. 



Below: The Zetas get ready to 
r^"i celebrate the Brazilian Carnival. 




bove: Happy St. Patty's Day 
heta Chi! 



Above: The Pi Kapps celebrate 
the New Year as they throw 
confetti to the crowd. 



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Right: The crowd gathers to see 
who will be crowned Homecominc 
King. 




Homecoming 
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Queens 



TeShondra Alvier * Cynthia 

Kennett * Meredith Osborne * 

Amy Henderson * Courtney Ellis * 

Michelle Harrison * JoAnna 

Kieschnick * Michelle McConnell 

* Krissy Kolster * Brandy 

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Kings 



Josh Lovell * Jimmy Vraneck * 

Luis Velez * Cory Stirewalt * 

John Setzer * Lee Baldonado * 

Chris VanOpdorp * Justin Reid * 

Jack Hagar * Bobby Cummings 







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Above: "Leebo" Baldonado and 
Teny Donaher enjoy free 
bowling as part of Homecoming 
week. 

Right: Brothens of Theta Chi 
ride around waiting for the 
parade to start. 





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Above: Linda Anstee races to 
the finish in one of the many 
fun games during the street fair 



Left: The Pi Kapps celebrate 
on their float during the 
Homecoming Parade. 




Above: Keith Powers and Jenni 
Lawson Joust during the street 
air. 



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Left: President Lahurd and Carol 
LaHurd enjoy the Homecoming 
parade as their car leads the route 
down Stasavich Place. 



Below: Busted! These happy 
toilet-paperers pose for a quick 
shot before covering a few more 
trees. ! 




Above: Just a glimpse of the 
toilet paper "decorations" left 
by students. 



Right: She's all suited up and 
ready to wrestle! 



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Left: Travis Nicolette and Jason 
Loehrs of Theta Chi get ready for 
the days action before the parade. 









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King, 
Josh Lovell 

Josh is a Sports 
Management major 
from Lexington, NC. 
He represented Kappa 
Delta in the Kings' 
court. Josh is actively 
involved with Campus 
Activities Board and 
manages the Men's 
Basketball team. 

Congratulations Josh! 



Left: Kappa Delta tells the Beans 
to crush the competition! 



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Below: The Theta Xi brothers 
raise a glass to Oktoberfest! 



Right: LeAnn Stowers and 
Craig Sparks hang out at the Art 
& Science Center before the 
Homecoming Parade. 




Above: Gary Kovar rides on the 
Theta Xi float. 



Above: The band hangs oul on 
their float before the parade. 



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Left: The Freshmen Class celebrates Cinco de 
Mayo during Homecoming. 



Below: Pastor Weisner sings his classic 
song about stomping the Mars Hill Lions! 




The Lions Lament 



bv Pastor Andrew Weisner 



Here 's a song about a lion wlio came from Mars Hill, he didn 't know when he came that he 'd nearly get killed, 

Singin ' hi, diddl-i, diddl-i-fi, diddl-i-diddl-i day. 
He pranced down the mountain singin ' "Clickety-clack, " but he 'd-a been smarted if he 'd turned back, 

Singin ' hi, diddl-i, diddl-i-fi, diddl-i-diddl-i day. 
When he came down the mountain, the lion didn 7 know he was goin ' meet a bear named "the Mighty Joe, " 

Singin ' hi, diddl-i, diddl-i-fi, diddl-i-diddl-i day. 
Lots of other Bears, they came for the game, to see them Lions get put to shame, 

Singin ' hi, diddl-i, diddl-i-fi, diddl-i-diddl-i day. 

When it ccwie time for the Coin Toss, Joe told the Lion, "You've already lost!" 

Singin ' hi, diddl-i, diddl-i-fi, diddl-i-diddl-i day. 

So the Bear and the Lion, they took to the field, Joe grabbed him where it hurts and it made him squeal, 

Singin' hi. diddl-i, diddl-i-fi, diddl-i-diddl-i day. 

Every time those Lions tried a touch down play, Joe would grab the ball and take it away, 

Singin ' hi, diddl-i, diddl-i-fi, diddl-i-diddl-i day. 

They romped and they rem in the mid-day sun. folks could see that Lion wasn 7 having any fun, 

Singin ' hi, diddl-i, diddl-i-fii, diddl-i-diddl-i day. 

Joe knocked that Lion down on the grass, and when he tried to get up, Joe kicked his - paw, 

Singin ' hi, diddl-i, diddl-i-fi, diddl-i-diddl-i day. 

Joe told the Lion, as he said with a grin, "If you try to get up, I'm gonna kick it again. " 

Singin ' hi, diddl-i, diddl-i-fi, diddl-i-diddl-i day. 

So the Lions went back to the Hill called Mars, lickin ' their wounds and teiuiin ' their sccus. 

Singin ' hi, diddl-i, diddl-i-fi, diddl-i-diddl-i day. 

So here ends the song, 'cause we all blow, no Lion can beat a Bear named Joe, 

Singin ' hi, diddl-i, diddl-i-fi, diddl-i-diddl-i day. 



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Mr.I^R 



Every year, Lenoir-Rhyne's sophomore class 
hosts a beauty pageant for the men on campus to 
compete against one another for the title of "Mr. 
L-R." The catch is, you've got to dress like a 
woman! Year after year, the men of L-R strut their 
stuff in drag in order to become the next Mr. L-R. 
This year's big winner was Nathan Johnson. The 
First Runner-up was Kevin Smith, and the Sec- 
ond Runner-up was Adam Mosher. Way to go 
"Ladip^'" 





Below: The top 3 contestants were 
Second Runner-up, Adam Mosher, 
First Runner-up, Kevin Smith, and 
Nathan Johnson. Lenoir-Rhyne's 
Mr. L-R 2000. 





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Above: Wearing the red dress, this 
mysterious "lady," Matt Langford, 
walks down the isle with her escort 
Amber Beal. 



Right: Sporting the Hawaiian look, 
Ben Hines & Jason Dean take part 
in the swim.suit competition. 




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Left: Backstage, some of the 
contestants get ready to sho\>> 
otf their bodies in the swimsuit 
competition. 

Below: Strutting his, or "her" 
stuff, Travis Nicolette walks 
down the runway in the 
swimsuit competition. 



Mr. L-R 

2000 

Introducing Mr L-R 
2000! Nathan 
Johnson took the 
prize with his 
dazzHng looks and 
feminine style! 
Nathan is a sopho- 
more from New 
Jersey majoring in 
All Education. 
Nathan represented 
Zeta Tau Alpha in 
the pageant. 

Congratulations 
Nathan! 



Vbove: Oops! Ben Hines caught 
1 the act. Think anybody will 
elieve those are real? 



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The events that shaped our year,.. 




"The greatest sweetener of human life 
is friendship. " - Joseph Addison 



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32 Events 



''Three grand essentials to happiness in 
this life are something to do, something 
to love, and something to hope for " 
-Joseph Addison 




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Students visit West Point 



Three students, Sarah-Jane Milheim, Anne Monroe, and Kathleen Winter and one faculty. Dr. Robert Wintei 
traveled to West Point, NY in January to work with West Point Cadets. This trip was for the Art Therapy students 
and was the first time ever that the Military Academy has done a project in conjunction with another school 
Students visited two hospitals, Keller Army Hospital on the base and Rockland Children's Psychiatric Hospita 
off-base. The students worked alongside the West Point cadets to paint canvases and ceiling tiles with the patients 
that will be hung up to decorate the hospital. This project was done through the Foundation for Hospital Art ancj 
was a very successful project. 




Above: A finished canvas is ready 
to be displayed! 



Above Right: Tine L-R students 
pose with the cadets and the 
patients at the Psychiatric Hospital 
and show off their hard work. 



Above: Kathleen Winter and Anne Monroe 
paint with the children at the hospital. 



34 West Point Trip 




Left: Dr. Winter works to get a 
tile painted with some of the 
patients. 




"Life beats down and 
crushes the soul and 
art reminds you that 
you have one. '' 
-Stella Adler 






Left: Sarah-Jane Milheim and 
Kathleen Winter paint a canvas 
with patients at the Children's 
Hospital. 

Below: The three students and 
Dr. Winter receive an award 
from the Commander at West 
Point. 





Left: Kathleen Winter and Anne 
Monroe take a quick break from 
painting for a picture. 



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Playmakers present ''Dracula 




Cast & Crew of ''Dracula '' 



Josh Propst Dracula 

Nathan Johnson Renfield 

Ben Farrar. Dr. Seward 

Shannon Bruther Professor Van Helsing 

Gretchen Ferris Mina 

Anthony Burwell Jonathan Marker 

Ginny Lee Lucy 

Jackie Hansebnann Vixen 

Anna Lehmans Vixen 

Mary Mining Vixen 



Andie Powers Stage Mgn 

Jenn Wagner Asst. Stage Mgr. 

Kim Riggs Props 

Tia Loney. Lights 

Sarah Rhodes Running Crew 

Jason Call Sound 

Dave McManus Set Design 

Joe Sturgeon Director 



36 Dracula 




''Dracula " 

presented by the 

Lenoir-Rhyne 

College Playmakers 

in the Belk Centrum 

November 2-4, 9-12, 
2000 




Dance Company 



The Lenoir-Rhyne Dance Company performs two shows each year. Every show is a fun and exciting 
display of many forms of dance from ballet to tap to swing. Members of the dance company choreograph 
and perform their own dances to the music of their choice. The show is a display of the many types of 
dance that are performed with a personal touch from the dancers and the choreographer. They work year 
round to compile the dances into a show that is sure to dazzle and entertain anyone who watches. 




Dance Company Members 

First Row: Mary Frana. Alicia Hainsworth, Marleah Karnes, Mary 
Setzer, Andie Powers. Krissy Kolster Second Row: Jessica Johnson, 
Christine Brock, Susan Alfors, Audrey Stell Back Row: Tracy Crincoli, 
TeShondra Abner, Whitney Adams, Ebony Bohanon, Mackenzie Smart 





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Election Central 



This year's election proved to be one of the tightest races in our history. Even local elections were sometimes too clos 
to call. On election night, the Department of Political Science and Economics hosted Election Central. A time wher 
students, faculty, and guests could gather in Cromer Center to hear speakers, and then later watch 4 televisions set up t 
monitor the election as results came in. It looked like a typical election at first, but as exit polls began to show, this wouL 
be a very close race. Throughout the night students, staff, and faculty gathered around the televisions and discussed politics 
the candidates, and talked about the outcome of the closely watched election. The event was hosted by Dr. Lowell Ashmar 
a political science professor and chairperson of the Political Science and Economics department. At the beginning of th 
night, speakers were introduced and gave their thoughts and impressions about the candidates and the issues. Senio 
political science major Gabi Macon spoke about the electoral process and the history behind past elections. Dr. Joe Mancos 
political science professor, spoke about his different theories on how the election would turn out. Junior political scienc 
major Alexander Howell talked about his thoughts on the election and how it would turn out. The fourth speaker, Williar 
Mauney, economics professor, spoke about the candidates' different economic plans and what they meant for the America 
people. Dr. Ashman also gave results of several surveys done by his Social Science Methods class which surveyed Lenoii 
Rhyne students as well as Catawba County residents about their choice for President and opinions on various topics brough 
up during this election campaign. The election watch continued until 1:45 a.m. when the last students finally packed u 
and went to bed. It proved to be a wonderful success and a great way for students to gather for this historical event and th 
only election of their college career. 




Above: Students watch closely 
as more states are reported in on 
television. 



Right: Mary Margaret Jackson 
interviews Elise Mayse during all 
of the election activity. 




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40 Election Central 



Left: Dean Anita Johnson Gwin Below: Barbara Gilpin and 

j and Dan Carisen. Director of Kristin Sandlian figure out the 

I Security, watch and discuss the number of electoral votes each 

election news as it comes in. candidate had so far. 




love; Junior Alexander Howell Right: Dr. Lowell Ashman talks 

IS one of the speakers during with all ofthe people who came to 

; program at the beginning of Election Central in between 

I night. watching the news programs. 



Election Central 41 



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Conroy offends students, apologizes 

Conroy's remark at Lenoir-Rhyne 
prompts tense discussion on rice 

Pat Conroy just not 

PC enough 



onroy's remarks 



behavior of studen 
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students brought dishonor 
on Lenoir-Rhyne 



raduate 

Students were right 
to walk out on Conroy 




Conroy offended me, 
a white woman 



i: Southern author's 
words give everyone pause 
for thought, for action 



*Thc,se headlines are actual headlines Ironi \ arious new spapeis troni AP articles and letters to the Hickory Daily Record* 



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Conwy ^s Visit Causes 
Controversy at Lenoir-Rhyne 




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by Colleen Anderson and Doui; Blackburn 

Pat Conroy's visit to Lenoir-Rhyne 
College as part of the continuing 
Visiting Writers Series on September 
21. 2000, was a long awaited event. 
English classes and GENl 10 groups 
read his books and studied his life. 
The night he spoke, he began speaking 
about his experiences and reading 
from his various writings of his. He 
has spent his life speaking out against 
prejudice and writing about race 
relations, but at a point during his 
lecture he read from his book. The 
Prince of Tides, about how his mother 
"was so poor she was almost black." 
It is a line that has been read by 
thousands of readers and probably 
not given a second thought but that 
night at Lenoir-Rhyne, it prompted 
tense discussions of racial issues that 
ended in demanded apologies and 
planned protests by the students. 
Dozens of students and several 



members of the administration 
walked out of the lecture after being 
offended by Conroy's remarks while 
others stayed and listened to the rest 
of his lecture. After it was all said 
and done, there was a mix of feelings 
and emotions left for both the college 
and the suiTounding community to 
sort out. Questions went unanswered 
by many, "Is he really racist?" "What 
exactly did he mean by that 
comment?" Conroy's visit was 
covered by local papers and the 
Associated Press and it got very 
mixed reviews from journalists and 
the public. Some thought that Conroy 
owed Lenoir-Rhyne an apology, 
others argued that it was the students 
of Lenoir-Rhyne that owed Conroy 
the apology. Think hard about what 
you can do to improve race relations 
in your community. You can make 
the difference today. 



What did you think of Pat Conwy's Visit? 





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"Conroy's visit was informative 
because he proved that the 
prejudice mentality still exists in 
the 21st century. Although 
America has come a long way in 
attempting to erase prejudice, we 
still have a long way to go." 
-Tia Morris 



"I'.il ( iiiiioy's visit provided us 
with the impetus to start an active 
dialogue about the role of diversity 
on the L-R campus. It is very 
gratifying to see how our College 
community has turned what 
started in such a negative way 
into an opportunity for growth 
and development." 

-Dr. Wavne Powell 




"Conroy's comment was 
offensive and therefore deserved 
a sincere apology. I think that it 
was a learning experience for us 
all, and has made us grow to be 
more open and aware of racism." 
-Rachel Lukas 




"It was definitely a learning 
experience, an event that the 
whole L-R community can take 
something from." 

-Paris Edwards 



**The.se are opinions of the individuals and not the view of Lenoir-Rhyne College or the HACAWA'' 



Collegiate Challenge 



Collegiate Challenge is an activity done by college groups of Habitat for Humanity. Over spring break 2000, Lenoii 
Rhyne's Habitat group traveled to Andrews. South Carolina, just outside of Charleston, to help build a house for a famil 
to move into. It takes approximately six weeks to build a Habitat house, the L-R group was one of six groups to work o 
the house for a week. They put the roof on the house, installed insulation, and "hunicane proofed" the house. They worke 
all day, Monday through Friday to complete their projects for the house. Twelve students from Lenoir-Rhyne went on th 
trip with Dr. John Bisbee and his wife, Carol. Along with the hard work they did building the house, the group also visite 
Charleston and the beach. All of the students on the trip had a great time, and accomplished their goals that they had se 
for building the house. 

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Above: Amy Henderson, 
president of Habitat for 
Humanity, nails in the wall 
supports. 



44 Collegiate Challenge 



Above Right: Stacy McCraw 
lays the plywood down for the 
roof. 

Right: Tony Coble. Dr. Bisbee, 
and a work supervisor talk about 
what to do next on the roof. 




Tony Coble takes a break 
working on the insulation 
quick picture. 



Below: The whole L-R group and 
the work supervisors take a pic- 
ture at the end of the week after 
they finished their work on the 
house. 




bove: "The Roof Gang" rests 
;fore they put the finishing 
uches on the roof of the 
)use. 



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Candids 47 



Organizations of 
Lenoir-Rhyne 



With over 40 organizations at Lenoir-Rhyne, there is a place and 
purpose for everyone. Whether you're interested in poHtics, art, 
writing, or performing, there is an organization for you! The 
organizations here at L-R are actively involved in both on and off 
campus activities and aim to better the Lenoir-Rhyne experience 
and make a difference in the Hickory community. Habitat for 
Humanity goes into the local area and helps build houses for 
low-income families in conjunction with the national Habitat 
organization. Fools for Christ travels around the community 
going to schools and churches acting out plays and singing to 
bring the joy of Christ to the Hickory area. Other groups travel 
around the state of North Carolina or further to put on shows or 
spread their message that they have. This past spring. Habitat for 
Humanity participated in Collegiate Challenge in South Carolina 
and the Honors Council went to Washington, D.C. for a national 
conference. The outdoor adventure club went rafting and hiking 
and Model United Nations traveled to Washington, D.C. and 
New York City for national meetings with other schools from 
across the country. Whatever your interests may be, there is a 
group at Lenoir-Rhyne for you to join. It is just one more way 
that the Lenoir-Rhyne experience will be a great memory that 
will be with you for life. 




48 Organizations 




Left: Members of Habitat for 
Humanity in Andrews, SC 
durins Colleciate Challense. 



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Lutheran Student Movement 




Lutheran Student Movement is a Lutheran sponsored club which provides fellowship and service to the 
Lenoir-Rhyne campus and surrounding areas. 



Newman Club 




The Newman Club is the Catholic organization on campus that was formed in order to educate and serve 
youth in Catholic awareness, fellowship, support, and spiritual growth. 



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50 Orsanizalions 



Campus Activities Board 




Campus Activities Board (C.A.B.) provides entertaining and educational programs for students of Lenoir- 
Rhyne. It provides a social outlet to promote unity among the different faces of the L-R community. 



Psi Chi 




H\ Chi is the student honor society for Psychology. Membership is open to those who have taken several 
psychology classes and have demonstrated superior scholarship in the field of psychology. 



Organizations 51 



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Lenoir-Rhynean 




The Lenoir-Rhynean is a student published newspaper that is published in print as well as on-line. It \ 
publishes articles about issues on campus and from the Hickory community that effect L-R. 



A^. C Student Legislature 



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N.C.S.L. is a non-partisan group that gives students the opportunity to assemble as school representatives 
and learn about the legislative process. 



52 Organizations 



Sign Troupe 




Sign Troupe is a musical performing group whose primary purpose is to encourage social interaction 
between deaf and hearing students and to promote deaf awareness on campus and in the community. 



Playmakers 



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Playmakers is an organization designed to stimulate interest in the dramatic arts and to provide practical 
experience in the theater. Playmakers presents several theatrical productions every year on campus. 



Organi/alions 53 



Fellowship of Christian Athletes 




The Fellowship of Christian Athletes strives to confront athletes and coaches with the challenge to follow 
Chiist in fellowship. It also promotes service by members to the campus and the community. 



Residence Life 




The Residence Life staff at Lenoir-Rhyne works to promote activity by the L-R residents and guide their 
residents to make positive decisions in their life. 



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54 Organizations 



Hands 




The purpose of Hands is to promote social interaction between hearing impaired students and hearing 
students as well as to encourage deaf awareness on and off campus. 



ASCOTA 




The American Student Committee of Occupational Therapy Students stives to generate and interest in and 
increase community awareness of occupational therapists roles. 



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Kappa Delta Pi 




Kappa Delta Pi is a newly founded organization which promotes the highest scholars in the Education 
department at Lenoir-Rhyne. 



SNCAE 




Student North Carolina Association of Educators is an organization which helps promote education to all 
education majors. It also helps student teachers prepare for their new classroom after graduation. 



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Honeybears 




Honeybears is a group of female students that provide encouragement for the football team by making signs 
and posters as well as helping show possible recruits our campus. 



Habitat for Humanity 




Habitat for Humanity works to build houses for those who are less fortunate and cannot afford to buy a 
house. The L-R group travels each spring break to help build a house with other college Habitat groups. 



Oreani/alions 57 



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Black Student Alliance 




The purpose of B.S.A. is to represent L-R through the eyes of all minorities on campus. However, its not 
a black thing, its not a white thing, its a GROUP thing. 



Phi Beta Lambda 




Phi Beta Lambda is a business organization that is designed to develop competent, aggressive leaders and 
strengthen the confidence of students in the fields of Business Administration and Education. 



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Student Government Association 




Executive 
Council 

President, TeShondra Abner 

V.P., Leigh Chandler 

Secretary', Jade Cobb 

Treasurer, Kris Litman 

Chief Justice, Terry Donaher 

Parliamentarian, Tarl Sokolitsky 



SGA Members 



I TeShondra Aber 

Leigh Chandler 

Jade Cobb 

Kris Litman 

Terry Donaher 

Tarl Sokolitsky 

Jack Ha gar 

Kristie Kempston 

Josh Brown 

Nikki Brown 

Josh Lovell 

Scarlet Good 

Colleen Anderson 

Tom Segura 

Alaina Norton 

S Doug Blackburn 

Marleah Karnes 

Rosie DeMario 

Leah Wilson 

Dean Anita Johnson Gwin, Advisor 

Dr. Ted Reingold, Advisor 




Organizations 59 



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Baptist Student Union 




Baptist Student Union is a gathering of students for fellowship and friendship. 



Brass Ensemble 




The Brass Ensemble pertornr. Mterature of all style periods and in a wide variety of genres. 



• 60 Organizations 



A Capella Choir 




The A Capella choir has performed extensively, making appearances in more than 800 concerts in 
some 365 churches in 22 states and 12 foreign countries. 



Model United Nations 




Model U.N. is a group that participates with other schools nation wide in representing a country. The 
group visits its embassy in Washington, D.C. and travels to New York City for a mock U.N. session. 



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Athletics of 
Lenoir-Rhyne 



Lenoir-Rhyne College has eleven teams that compete in the 
South Atlantic Conference in Division II NCAA competition. 
The SAC is one of the toughest conferences in Division II. 
The Bears teams have had many successful seasons this year. 
Last spring, both the baseball and softball teams were 
champions at the SAC Tournament, and the softball team 
won the Conference title. The golf team also had a successful 
season, sending its top player to the Division II tournament 
in Texas. This fall, the Men's Soccer team finished a successful 
season by winning the SAC Tournament at the end of the 
season and having one of our Bear players named MVP of the 
tournament. As well as capturing the tournament title, the 
soccer team also set eight new school records this season. The 
athletic teams here at Lenoir-Rhyne work hard all year to 
improve their game, touch up their skills, and build their 
teams in order to compete to the best of their ability during 
their seasons. This shows through during every meet. game, 
match, and tournament. This past year has been a time of hard 
work, victory, record setting, and championships. 
Congratulations to all of the Lenoir-Rhyne student athletes 
who work to excel in the sports arena as well as in the 
classroom and in the community. 




(16 Athletics 





Above: Adrea Tiller warms up 
and practices her swing before 
starting her game. 

Left: Carolyn Prescott and 
Michelle Baity block a hit for a 
sideout. 



Athletics 67 



2000 Baseball 



The 2000 Baseball season ended for the Bears with a school best 
record of 31-20, its first-ever South Atlantic Conference Tourna- 
ment Championship, as well as one of their leading players. Will 
Combs, being named Lenoir-Rhyne's Male Athlete of the Year by 
the Student-Athlete Action Council. Along with Combs, Craig 
Sizemore and Michael Clontz led the team in many categories. 
Craig Sizemore led the team in batting with an average of .405, in 
runs scored with 56, and in hits with 75. Michael Clontz led in 
pitching with the highest win-loss percentage of .750. wins with 9, 
and innings pitched, 91.1. Will Combs led in fielding with the 
highest fielding percentage, .991, he also had 417 putouts and 152 
assists. Congratulations to all of the Bears Baseball players for their 
hard work and great effort that helped make this season Lenoir- 
Rhyne's best ever! 




Above: Sliding to catch tiic 
ball, Craig Sizemore goes 
after it with everything he's 
sot! 




Above Right: Wearing the 
home jersey, Jason Sparger 
knocks the ball out of the 
park. 

Far Right: Windnig up forth 
pitch, Israel Campbell throw: 
another strike. 



Above: .lason Keever swings through for one 
of his many hits of the season. 



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68 2000 Ba.sebull 



elow: Second Basemen Jason Right: Lunging off the mound, 

parger makes a great catch for an pitcher David Porter hurls the ball 
ut at second. at the hitter. 





2000 Team: Wes Tucker, Brian Witaker, Jason Keever, Matthew Mantz. Jake Little, Jarred Caputo, Joey 
Smith, Ty Wagner, Casey Light, Todd Lawing, Craig Sizemore, Chris WilHs, David Montague, Travis 
Watkins, Brandon Blake, Will Combs, Brent Nichols, Michael Clontz, Chip Bradford, Matt Howell, Israel 
Campbell, Brandon Earp, Nick Rodriquez, Mark Hayes, Robert Goodman, Paul Pope, Brian Rollins, Jason 
Sparger, David Porter, Ryan Mumy 



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^, Congratulations SAC 
Tournament Champions! 



Right: Catcher Todd Lawing 
takes the ball from its flight 
over homeplate. 

Below: In the in-field. Jason 
Keever throws the ball to home 
plate. 





Right: Reaching low, 
Jason Sparger grabs a 
groundball. 





Right: Israel Campbell gives his 
pitch everything he's got for 
another strike to win the game. 



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irts to lead off of the base. 



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moment before throwing Craig Sizemore throws the 

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Above: Pitcher David Montague 
takes a break and talks things 
over with Coach Pait and Catcher 
Todd Lawing. 



Below: Jason Sparger tags 
the runner at first for an out. 




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Above: Janed Caputo fields a 
ball along the third base line 
lor the out. 



Left: Catcher Todd Lawing 
catches a strike as the Bears 
go for another \'ictory. 



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2000 Softball 



The Lady Bears finished a great season with a record of 39-16, a 
South Atlantic Conference Tournament Championship, and 
one of their starting players, Traci Hyman, was named Female 
Athlete of the Year by the Student-Athlete Advisory Board. 
Hyman led the team in Batting average with .423, on base 
percentage with .456, runs scored with 41, she had 82 hits, total 
bases with 86, and stolen bases with 47. Other leaders included 
April Chapman, who led the slugging percentage with .449, 
RBI's with 31, doubles, triples, and home runs. Audrey Kreske 
led the pitching with an earned run average of 1.29, innings 
pitched, 195.1, and batters struck out, 135. Congratulations to 
the whole Women's Softball team for their great accomplish- 
ments this season' 



Below: Watching the fly ball, catcher 
Audi Penley throws her mask from 
her face to make the catch. 




Above: Hands up and 
waiting, Andi Penley 
waits for the pitch. 

Right: Catching the ball 
just in time, second 
baseman Lori Miller puts 
her foot on the bag for 
the out. 



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body into the pitch. 



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Tabs the ball out of the air. 




Seated: Jessica Lougey, Heather Bennett. Audrey Kreske, Natasha Crouse First Row: Lori Miller, Traci Hyman. Audi 
Penley, Abbey Norwood. Cynthia Kennett. Nil<l<i White. April Chapman Second Row: Trainer. TeShondra Abner. 
Angela Sherrill, Amber Fading, Elaine Seter, Kristi Pfaffendorf, Amanda Pritchard, Asst. Coach Jamie Coffey, Coach 
Shena Bowman 



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Team Leaders 



Batting Avg. 


Traei Hynuin 


Slugging Pet. 


April Chapman 


On Base Pet. 


Traei Hyman 


Runs Seared 


Traei Hyman 


Hits 


Traei Hyman 


RBI's 


April Chapman 


Doubles 


April Chapman 


Triples 


April Chapnian 


Home Runs 


April Chapman 


Stolen Bases 


Traei Hyman 


ERA 


Audrey Kreske 


Strikeouts 


Audrey Kreske 


Fielding 


Krist}' Pfajfendo)i 


Assists 


Natasha Crouse 



Congratulations 

to everyone on the 

team! 




Right: Catcher Audi Penley 
gets up to talk with her 
pitcher in a time out. 



Below: Elaine Seter runs to 
field a ground ball. 




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Above: Lori Miller catches a hit 
and goes for the out at first base. 



Above: Catcher Andi Penley 
throws from home plate for the 
out. 



Below: Pitcher Heather Bennett 
winds up for another great pitch. 





Above: Amanda Pritchard fields 
a ball in the infield. 



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6 


2 


Lees-McRae 


2 





Limestone 


1 





Limestone 


3 


2 


Pfeiffer 





4 


Pfeiffer 


1 


3 


SC-Spartanburg 





9 


SC-Spartanburg 


5 


6 


Armstrong 





6 


Columbus State 


1 





Armstrong 


1 


7 


Lincoln Mem. 


4 


3 


North Florida 





3 


Valdosta State 


2 


7 


Coker 


5 


8 


Mars Hill 


8 





SC-Spartanburg 


1 


9 


Lincoln Mem. 


3 





SC-Aiken 


4 


3 


West Chester 


5 


1 


West Chester 


4 


1 


Montreat 


5 





Montreal 


8 





Belmont Abbey 


4 


3 


Belmont Abbey 


7 


2 


W. Liberty 


1 


2 


W. Liberty 


6 


5 


Gardner-Webb 


3 





Gardner-Webb 


6 


2 


Mars Hill 


12 





Mars Hill 


1 





Carson-Newman 


7 


3 


Carson-Newman 


3 


10 


Tusculum 





4 


Tusculum 


5 


3 


Newberry 


3 


2 


Newberry 


6 


5 


Francis Marion 


1 


4 


Pfeiffer 


3 


2 


Pfieffer 


7 


1 


Belmont Abbey 


6 


5 


Belmont Abbey 


5 





Catawba 


4 


3 


Catawba 


1 





Wingate 





2 


Wingate 


3 





Presbyterian 


8 


2 


Presbyterian 


4 


1 


Gardner-Webb 


8 





Presbyterian 


6 


2 


Wingate 


2 





Wingate 


1 


4 


Wingate 


6 






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Football 



The Bears finished their season with a record of 4-7 overall 
and 2-5 in the South Atlantic Conference. Five players were 
named to the AU-SAC list, including the SAC Freshman 
Offensive Player of the Year. Kennard France. The other four 
players named to the All-SAC team were tailback Jameil 
Sunatt, offensive linemen Sam Luster, Curtis Wright (co- 
captain), and defensive lineman Chris Kotish (co-captain). 
Although it was a rocky season for the Bears this year, losing 
games during both Parents Weekend and Homecoming, they 
recorded a defeat over Newberry College and reclaimed the 
Bishops' Trophy. With a young team, the Bears move towards 
next year to improve on their record and look forward to a 







Far Above: Center 
Curtis Wright snaps 
the ball to quarterback 
Dave Robbins. 

Above: The offensive 
line prepares for the 
center to snap the 
ball. 

Right: Michael 
Clements looks for 
an open receiver to 
tiirow the ball to. 





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78 Football 



Above: Tusculum College Quarterback Caleb Slover 
battles with our own Paul Pope as he tries to throw the 
ball after the snap. 



elow: Quarterback Dave Right: Antoine Sutton runs with 

obbins hands the ball off to the ball down the field, 

imeil Sun"att. 



Below: Quarterback Brett 
Meunier recieves the snap and 
looks at his runners for an open 
player. 




Concord 

W. Carolina 

Presbyterian 

Carson-New. 

Tusculum 

Wingate 

Mars Hill 

Humbolt St. 

Newberry 

Catawba 







2000 Team: Casey Allen. Bo Arthur. Chri.s Bailey, Sal Baldi. Demetrius Ballard. Michael Barker. Mark Batista. Richard 
Bernhardt, Don Bouldin, Ken tBowen, Adam Boyette. Shaun Breen, Josh Brown, Kelly Brown. Thomas Brown. David 
Bukauskas, Ryan Buscaglio, Robb Campbell, Tim Clark. Michael Clements. Nick Dagenhart. Roy Dawkins, Joe Dewberry. 
Matt Dopson. A.J. Driver, Paris Edwards, Kennard France, Mike Gianatassio, Greg Golden, Thomas Hand, Matthew 
Harrell. Anthony Harris, Jason Hefner. Billy Holbrook. Greb Jacobs, Jered Jacobs, Jonathan Jeffries, Wayne Jennings, Bret 
Johnson, Thurston Johnson. Frank Jolly, Robbie Koontz. Chris Kotish (captain). Brad Lindamood. Sam Luster. Ryan 
Lynch. Artivest Martin, Chris Mayo, Kieon McLemore, William McMillan, Tarryl Meeks, Greg Melker, Ronnie Melker, 
Ronnie Meunier, Eric Moore, Jason Mosser, Andrew Obert, Jason Oxentine, Ross Penland, Demetrius Peoples, Daniel 
Peterson, Jason Phillips, Jeremy Phillips. Nate Ponder. Paul Pope, Mike Pothier, Chance Powell, Keith Powers, Justin Reid, 
Shannon Reid, Bryce Rieger, Dave Robbins, Bubba Rosenbaum, Derek Ruff, Kenyon Rush, Chris Safley, Eddie Silfa, 
Branden Smith, Clint Smith, Darrell Smith. Donnell Smith, Alex Spitz, Ben Stewart, Jameil Surratt, Antoine Sutton. Tim 
Swanson, Marcus Taylor. Jason Temples. Ray Turner. Chris VanOpdorp. Bill Vaughan. Jimmy Vranek, Y'Hoshua 
Weekes. Steve Westmoreland. Darian Williams. Ryan Wilson. Terrence Wilson. Curtis Wright (captain). Phillip Wright, 
Chris Wyatt 



Football 79 



Below: Jameil Surratt tries to pull away from a Mars 
Hill defender during the Homecoming game. 



Below: William McMillan 
runs down field with the ball. 




Above: Antoine Sutton runs 
down field with the ball 
while offensive lineman 
Alex Spitz covers him. 



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80 Football 




Left: Paul Pope grabs the 
Tusculum quarterback to try for 
a sack. 

Below: Kennard France grabs the 
ball in mid-air for a gain in yard- 
age against Western Carolina. 



ibove: Demetrius Peoples runs down 
ield avoiding Mars Hill defenders during 
he Homecoming game. 



Above: Chris Kolish grabs a 
Wingate player to block him 
from making a play. 



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' Did you know... ? 

*Lenoir-Rhyne has had 23 players etjter professional football leagues since 1958. 

^■The most recent player drafted was John Milem into the NFL for the San Fransisco 
49ers in 1999 in the fifth round 

*Casey Allen received the Voight R. Cromer Award in 1999 

*Jeremy Phillips received the David A. Moose Award in 1999 



Right: Ronnie Melker blocks 
defenders for Jameil SuiTatt. 



Below: Punter Chris Mayo 
practices iiis kicking during a 
scrimage. 




Right: Quarterback Dave Robbins 
gets sacked by a defender. 




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82 Football 



Above: Dave Robbins looks to his 
offense to pass the ball after the 
snap. 



Below: Run for it! Kennard France lunges 
'orward to gain a few yards before getting 
:ackled. 



Below: Paris Edwards runs down the 
field with the ball after completing the 
catch. 




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Above: Looking for an open Fa/- /lA(n'e; Running into trouble, 
path. Arti\ est Martin runs past L-R's Paris Edwards looks for a 
Wingate defenders. way around several defenders for 



Above: A Mars Hill player grabs 
Casey Allen to hold him down 
field. 



a first down. 



Football 83 *)(( 



Women's Soccer 



The Women's soccer team finished the season with a record 
of 7-12 overall and 3-4 in the South Atlantic Conference. 
Freshman Amy Westmoreland led the team with 28 goals 
and 4 assists. Other leaders on the team were Sheila Murphy 
with 5 goals and Brandi Blevins with 4 goals. On defense. 
Goal Keeper Julie Crosby had 1 29 saves and 38 goals were 
scored while she was defending the goal. Although the 
team had a losing season, it was a rebuilding year with many 
of the top players being young and ready to compete for 
several more years for the Bears. 





Scoreboard 



L-R Opp. 



Pfeiffer 

S.C. -Aiken 

King 

Lees-McRae 

Tusculum 

Presbyterian 

Carson-Newman 

Francis Marion 

Mars Hill 

Belmont Abbey 

Clayton C & S 

Catawba 

Newberry 

Wingate 

Eckerd 

Tampa 

Longwood 

S.C. -Spartanburg 

Catawba 



3 





3 





3 


2 


I 


2 





5 





1 


2 


1 


3 


5 


2 


1 





2 


5 








2 


6 


1 


2 


3 





2 


1 


5 





4 





1 





2 



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Far Above: Charlsie Downing cuts Above: Looking for an open 

through two players to move the ball player. Brandi Blevins kicks the 

down field. ball downfield. 

ig S4 Women's Soccer 



Above: Goalie Julie Crosby kicks the ball downfield to waitir 
teammates after a great save. ^ 




Left: Keneika Gaines cuts across 
to help her teammates on the field. 

Below: Morgan Dresser passes 
the ball cross field to keep her 
opponents on their toes. 




Team Statistics 

67 corner kicks 
by L-R this 
season 

118 fouls 

7 Yellow cards 

1 Red card 

Season Pet. 
.368 overall 
.429 in the SAC 



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First Row: Catie Wood (manager), Colleen Regan, Sheila Murphy, Charlsie Downing, Keneika Gaines, 
Brandi Blevins, Katie Baker, Samantha Erbaugh, Lindsay Bertram, Erica Clontz, Lauren Cerati, Morgan 
Dresser, Coach Will Beddingfield Second Row: Madeline Castro, Kristen Carter, Julie Isley, Amy 
Westmoreland, Addie Kinstler, Julie Crosby, Jessica Clontz, Hali Robinson, Jennifer Kimble, Nikki Russell 



Women's Soccer 85 i)^ 



Below: Morgan Dresser heads the 
ball to get possession of the ball 
for L-R. 



Below: Kristen Carter slides to 
get the ball away from her 
opponent. 



Below: Madeline Castro battles 
with her opponent as she moves 
down the field. 




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Right: Julie Isley gets in 
between her opponent and the 
ball to get possession for L-R. 






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Women's Soccer 



Left: Katie Baker clears the ball Below: Keneika Gaines dribbles 
from the oncoming opponent by the ball downfield and gets ready 
passing it down field. to pass the ball to a teaniiiialc. 





Above: Adrienne Goebel works 
to keep the ball away from the 
defender. 

Left: Colleen Reagan uses her 
quick feet to get away from two 
defenders. 



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Women's Soccer 87 



Men's Soccer 



The Men's Soccer team had a very successful season this year 
with a final record of 11-9-1 overall and 4-3-0 in the SAC. 
They also beat Catawba College to capture the Food Lion SAC 
Men' sSoccerToumament Championship led by Cory Morgan. 
Bobby Cummings, and Lan'y Terry. Cory Morgan received 
the Most Valuble Player award at the SAC Tournament. This 
was the Bears' first winning season since 1993, and the first 
for Coach Kevin Demers since his time here at Lenoir-Rhyne. 
Cory Morgan set a new record with 1 9 goals for the season, 
and Bobby Cummings set a new record for assists with 13 for 
the season. Together as a team they also .set 8 new school 
records. All of the hard work put into this season by every 
player on the team led to the success of the season. 
Congratulations to everyone on the team! 



Below: Larry Terry fights for 
the ball against a Tusculum 
defender. 





Above: Cory Morgan 
battles two Newberry 
College players as he 
heads down field with 
the ball. 

Right: Nick Morrison 
takes a shot for the 
goal. 



Right: Keith Elvidge jumps to 
head the ba 



88 Men's Soccer 



Below: Cale Robinson jumps to Below Right: Nick Morrison 
lead the ball to another player. gets ready to kick the ball to 

another player against Catawba. 




Below: The defensive players 
line up to block a goal kick. 



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First Row: Landon Pruitt, Nick Morrison, Brian Gonzales, Keith Elvidge, Brian Collins, Bobby Cummings. Joshua Hudgins, Erik Schmitt, 
Ben Lowe, Aaron Watkins Second Row: B.C. Charles-Liscombe (Trainer), David Wallinger, Larry Terry, Michael Smith. Kevin 
McLaughlin, Cory Morgan. Patrick Favero, Kelly Teem, Linda Anstee (Trainer) Third Row: Head Coach Kevin Demers. Eric Carpenter. 
Joe Favero, David Sergeant. Tom Skora. Chris McGee. Micah Robinson, Cale Robinson. Adam Hall, Jason Ondriezek (Asst. Coach) 



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Tournament Champions! 



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Right: Michael Smith ivicks to 
steal the ball away from the 
other team. 



Below: Michael Smith battles 
two defenders to move the ball 
down the field. 







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Right: Larry Teny kicks the 
ball down the field. 



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Right: Cory Morgan moves the 
ball down field. 




90 Men's Soccer 



Below: Bobby Cummings 
noves down field with the ball. 











ibove: Kevin McLaughlin kicks the 
'all out of the goal box. 



Scoreboard 




L-R 


0pp. 


Belmont Abbey 


1 





S.C.Aiken 


4 


5 


Lees-McCrae 


2 


2 


Erskine 


4 


1 


Lander 


1 


3 


Presbyterian 





3 


Carson-Newman 


2 


1 


Morehouse 


2 


3 


Francis Marion 


2 


4 


Augusta State 


1 


3 


Tusculum 





1 


Wingate 





1 


Gardner-Webb 


3 


2 


Catawba 


2 


1 


N.C. Pembroke 


1 





Mars Hill 


3 


2 


Newberry 


5 


1 


Clayton College 





1 


Wingate 


1 





Carson-Newman 


5 





Catawba 


4 


2 




Above: Josh Hudgins fights with his 
opponent for control of the ball. 



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Men 's and Women 's 
Golf 



The Lenoir-Rhyne golf teams, led by junior Meghan 
Jolly on the women's team and Andy Strock on the 
men's team, have had a good season, placing well 
at most tournaments. In the spring of 2000, Meghan 
Jolly represented Lenoir-Rhyne at the Division 2 
tournament in Texas and placed 8th overall and was 
named the SAC 2000 player of the year and the 
NGCA's All-America second team. Congratulations 
to every player for their hard work and dedication 
throughout the year! 




Below Left: Scott Miller lines up 
his shot before he swings. 



Below: Craig Sparks hits a ball in 
practice at the driving range. 





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Men's Team 

Craig Sparks, Dean Preston, Coach Terrence Stewart. 
Rusty Copp, Jon Pilkenton, Andy Strock, Scott Miller 



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92 Golf 



3elow: Michelle Frank poses for 
I quick shot in between shots. 




Left: Coach Stewart talks to 
Meghan Jolly about her shot 
before she continues with her 
came. 



Above: Kelly Andrzejewski 
swings to hit the ball to the green. 



Women's Team 

Kelly Andrzejewski, Meghan Jolly, Coach Terrence 
Stewart, Michelle Frank, Adrea Tiller 




Golf 93 



Men 's and Women 's 
Cross Country 



Under the direction of new coach David Boop, the Men's 
and Women's Cross Country teams battled against injuries 
all season, but still came out with a successful season. The 
Bear runners had top 5 finishes at their only home meet of 
the season. Great job to all of the runners for their great and 
hard work this season! 



3elow: Sophomore Erin Coulter 
jns a great race at Southside Park. 




Above: Jesse Lugo and Jack 
Hagar pass two Presby teri an 
runners. 



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94 Cross Country 



Above: Andrew Stapp paces 
himself through the race and 
goes for a top finish. 



Above: Mahyoh Robinson and 
Lauren Champion pass a Catawba 







Women^s Team 

Sitting: Gayreii Leonhardt, Melissa Buff, Erin Coulter 
Back row: Coach David Boop, Lauren Champion, Mahyoh Robinson. Amy Bloom 





Men^s Team 

Sitting: Adam Stewart, Andrew Stapp, Mike Darling 
Back row: Coach David Boop, Jack Hagar, Jesse Lugo, Tarl Sokolitsky 



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Men's Basketball 



The L-R Men's basketball team had a season of mixed 
results with an final record of 10-17 overall and 6-8 in 
the South Atlantic Conference. The team had a great 
upset over seventh ranked Wingate on Senior day. Senior 
Daniel Willis scored 3 1 points to lead the Bears to the 
upset defeat. Willis, who has scored in double figures 
every game for the Bears this season, is also the SAC's 
all-time leading scorer. Willis has also been at the top of 
the ranking of Division II for scoring. He finished his 
college career with a total of 1,980 points. Other team 
leaders include Seniors Josh On- and John Tolbeit and 
Sophomore Kassim Richardson. Willis, Oit, and Tolbert 
were all recipients of SAC Senior Awards for their 
accomplishments during this season. With a large number 
of new faces, the Bears look to improve on their game 
for next season. Great job for all of your hard work! 





Front Row: Josh Lovell (manager), Luke Stafford, Kassim Richardson, Daniel Willis, Josh Orr, John Tolbert, 
Gid Moser, Jake Orr, Charlie Baird Back Row: Drew King, Randy Mauldin, Ben Spell, Asst. Coach Ryan 
Edwards, Head Coach John Lentz, Asst. Coach Shun England, Ryan Pitts, Kyle Morris, Rashad Price 



96 Men's Basketball 



Ipposite page: Randy Mauldin 
umps to shoot while batthng a 
Jewberry defender. 



Below: Jake Orr adds points to 
the board with an easy lay-up. 




bove: Gid Moser looks for an 
)en teammate to pass the ball. 



Above: Daniel Willis battles a 
Lander defender for 2 points. 




Scoreboard 



West Chester 

Assumption 

N.C. Asheville 

Newberry 

Queens 

Augusta State 

Lander 

WVUTech 

WV State 

Armstrong Atlantic St. 

Francis Marion 

Catawba 

Lander 

Newberry 

Tusculum 

Carson-Newman 

Presbyterian 

Wingate 

Mars Hill 

Catawba 

Newberry 

Tusculum 

Carson-Newman 

Presbyterian 

Wingate 

Mars Hill 

Carson-Newman 



L-R 0pp. 



52 

89 

52 

77 

70 

55 

73 

62 

86 

48 

74 

63 

59 

91 

66 

67 

59 

67 

68 

59 

65 

76 

59 

60 

84 

65 

68 



82 

76 

63 

65 

73 

71 

69 

81 

89 

68 

61 

69 

69 

79 

65 

62 

66 

78 

53 

71 

66 

52 

89 

67 

75 

72 

81 



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Right: Kassim Richardson 
jumps to get the ball into the 
basket over two defenders. 



Below: Randy Mauldin goes for 
the 3 point shot without any 
pressure from the defense. 




Above: Josh Oit battles with the 
opposition for possession of the 
ball. 

Right: Jake Orr looks for an 
open teammate to pass the ball. 



Below: Kassim Richardson gets 
above his opponent to put the 
ball in the basket. 



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Men's Baskelbull 





f Left: Members of the 
Men's Basketball 
team took time to 
visit children at Frye 
Regional Medical 
Center. 





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AAove; Daniel Willis goes for the Above: Gid Moser battles with 
jump shot. defenders to drive the ball to the 

basket. 

Left: Daniel Willis tlies through 
the air to get the ball to the basket. 



Men's Basketball 99 



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Below: Josh Orr takes 
a shot against tough 
defense from his 
opponent. 



Right: Kassim 
Richardson grabs for 
the ball to gain 
possession for L-R. 



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100 Men's Basketball 



Above: Kassim Richardson keeps his eye on the 
basketball to score against NewbeiTy. 



Left: Ryan Pitts and Kassim 
Richardson battle with Catawba 
players to gain possession of the 
ball. 



Left: Kassim Richardson 
takes a shot and gets the 2 
points for L-R. 



Left: Josh Orr gets around a 
Newberry defender to get the 
the basket. 




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Men's Baskelball 101 



Women 's Basketball 



The Women's Basketball team finished their season with a 
record of 15-12 overall and 6-8 in the South Atlantic 
Conference. The team celebrated many accomplishments 
this year, including advancing to the SAC semi-finals for the 
first time in history. Maya Grady and Tracy Naidas were 
named to the All-SAC team at the end of the season and Sally 
Logan was named to the SAC All-Freshman team. Maya 
Grady also leads the SAC in two categories: Assist-to- 
Tumover Ratio and Assists Per Game. Great job to all of the 
members of the team for a successful season! 




Above Right: Amber Hanks 

looks for a teammate to pass the '"^ 

ball to. 



Above: Sally Logan drives the 
ball to the basket. 




Above: Sally Logan moves the 
ball down court. 




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102 Women's Basketball 



Above: Maya Grady goes for the layiip anc 
gets the 2 points for L-R. 



ielow: Ebony Orr drives to the 
lasket and leaves her Catawba 
lefender behind. 



Far Below: Maya Grady takes a 
quick shot from the 3-point line. 




Left: Amber Hanks takes a shot 
above her opponents for the 2 
points for L-R. 

Below: Lakeshia Feaster 
reaches high for the ball against 
Pembroke. 





I' II 



Front Row: Maya Grady, Katie Marsh. Jen Shannon. Lakeshia Feaster, Amy Gritzmacher, Amber 
Hanks, Sally Logan, Ebony Orr, Kim Cook Back Row: Asst. Coach Amy Dellinger, David Sergeant 
(trainer), Jessica Bryan, Talaya Jefferson, Coach Kris Ruffo, Erika Hale, Tracy Naidas. B.C. Charles- 
Liscombe (trainer), Asst. Coach Bobby Rowe 



Women's Basketball 103 



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Team Highlights 

* The team 
advanced to the 
semi-finals of the 
SAC tournament 
for the first time in 
history 

* Coach Kris Ruffo 
gained her 100th 
win as a collegiate 
coach 

* 2 players, Maya 
Grady and Tracy 
Naidas named to 
All-SAC team 

* Sally Logan was 
named to the All- 
Freshman SAC 
team 



Right: Amber Hanks battles 
with Catawba defenders to get 
the ball in the basket. 



Below: Amber Hanks goes for 
the lay-up against Catawba. 




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Right: Katie Marsh battles against her defenders to try 
to score for L-R. 



Below: Ebony Oit moves the ball down the court. 




Scoreboard 



Clayton College & State 

N.C. -Pembroke 

Concord 

Belmont Abbey 

S.C- Aiken 

Francis Marion 

Virginia Union 

Armstrong Atlantic State 

Clayton College & State 

Mass. -Lowell 

Lynn 

Catawba 

Newberry 

Tusculum 

Carson-Newman 

Presbyterian 

Wingate 

Mars Hill 

Catawba 

Newberry 

Tusculum 

Carson-Newman 

Presbyterian 

Wingate 

Mars Hill 

Mars Hill 

Catawba 



L-R Opp. 
60 45 



84 
82 
61 
67 
76 
78 
69 
73 
61 
73 
68 
67 
72 
64 
57 
65 
59 
69 
59 
79 
69 
49 
78 
64 
69 
61 



70 
38 
72 
75 
61 
48 
56 
42 
64 
60 
70 
44 
56 
41 
92 
82 
70 
84 
52 
55 
59 
69 
87 
65 
65 
65 



Afcove.-Tracy Naidas takes a quick shot over her 
opponents reach for the 2 points for L-R. 



Women's Basketball 105 



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Volleyball 



The Lady Bears Volleyball team finished the season with a 
record of 19-13 overall and 8-6 in the South Atlantic 
Conference. Led by Senior Gabi Macon and Juniors Michelle 
Baity and Cassandra Stemple. the team placed 2nd at the 
Active Ankle Tournament hosted at Lenoir-Rhyne. With five 
returning starters from last year and a handful of talented 
freshmen, the team had another great winning season. 
Congratulations to everyone on the team for their hard work! 




Above Right: Carolyn Prescott 
sets the ball to hitter Lynae 
Mathia. 

Above: Casey Ledford recieves 
a serve and hits it to the setter. 

Right: Jenny Ramsey waits for 
the serve. 





Above: Becky Hogue and Michelle Baity block a hit. 



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Below: Michelle Baity goes for Right: Hitter Gabi Macon blocks 
he kill against Mars Hill. a hit. 





Seated: Michelle Baity, Lynae Mathia, Gabi Macon, Becky Hogue, Jenny Ramsey Standing: Coach Glenda 
Parrish, Leila Wiggins, Lindsey Prall, Cassandra Stemple, Carolyn Prescott, Megan Gandy, Loraine 
Clausnitzer, Natalie Orth, Casey Ledford, Mike DiStefano, Asst. Coach Mike Stirk 



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Category Leaders 

Kills Michelle Baity 

Setting Cassandra Stemple 

\ttacks Michelle Baity 

Serves Cassandra Stemple 

Digs Cassandra Stemple 

Slocks Michelle Baity 

Did you know...? 

* Michelle Baity holds the 

school record for kills in a 

season and hitting for a 

season, and her career 

* Gabi Macon holds the 

school record for blocking in 

a season, and her career 



Right: Carolyn Prescott hits the 
ball over the net. 

Below: Gabi Macon hits the ball 
over the ned from mid-court. 






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Above: The ladies get pumped 
up before the match starts. 



Below: Lynnae Mathia digs deep 
to get the ball to the setter to 
complete the play. 




Above: Lorraine Clausnitzer and 
Gabi Macon block the opponents hit 
at the net. 



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3 





S.C.-Aiken 


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Converse 


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Wingate 


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Presbyterian 


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Catawba 


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C.W. Post 


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Adelphi 


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Concordia 


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Newberry 


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Tlisculum 


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Carson-Newman 1 


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Mars Hill 


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Presbyterian 


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Wingate 





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Catawba 


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Pfeiffer 


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Queens 


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N.C. Central 


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Catawba 


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Members 



Meredith Mongello 

(captain) 

Jana Smith { co-captain) 

Briana Butler 

Courtney Ellis 

Kristie Kempston 

Cheslie Millwood 

Susan Stephens 




Above Left: The whole squad 
poses together before the 
Homecoming parade. 

Above: The girls get ready for 
their great performance at the 
Pep Rally. 



Far Above: The Cheerleaders 
enjoy a night at the Outback 
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Above: Kristie Kempston. 
Briana Butler, and Jana Smith 
have a "funky" time at the 
performance during Parents 
Weekend. 



Left: Susan Stephens and 
Courtney ElHs do the chicken 
dance with 2000 graduate 
Arland Mays. 



Below: The squad gets pumped 
before a football game. 





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push-ups after an L-R 
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Left: The squad enjoys 
performing for the crowd at the 
Pep Rally in Shaw Plaza. 



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Athletic Training 



Many people never see beyond the athletes when talking about college 
sports, but one of the most important aspects of athletics anywhere is 
the people who keep the athletes in a healthy condition to compete. The 
athletic trainers are vital to any sport in order to assist injured players 
during recovery and keep the healthy players active. Lenoir-Rhyne has 
an excellent Sports Medicine/Athletic Training program with faculty 
who are certified Athletic Trainers and work with students in the 
classroom and oversee field work for the students. It is a valued 
program at Lenoir-Rhyne and without them it would be impossible to 
have such healthy athletics programs and successful seasons! 




Did you know...? 

* Lenoir-Rhyne has 4 full-time 
faculty members who are certified in 
Athletic Training that rotate 
between the academic program and 
athletics as well as one intern ATC 
that devotes all their time to 
athletics 

* There are 15 students currently in 
the Sports Medicine/Athletic 
Training program and 
approximately 10 students working 
towards acceptance 



Far Above: ATC Mike McGee 
works with Antoine Sutton on 
the sidelines during a game. 

Above Right: Mike McGee and 
student trainer Luis Velez talk 
to Jonathan Jeffries on the 
football field. 

Right: -B.C." Charles- 
Liscombe, ATC, and student 
trainer Linda Anstee help Micah 
Robinson off the field during a 
soccer game. 



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Left: ATC "B.C." Charles-Liscombe stretches 
out Tarl Sokolitsky before a Cross Country 
meet. 




First row: Jessica Benton, Sue Scaffidi, B.C. Charles-Liscombe. Mike McGee, Jen Hm-X Back row: Brandy 
Wellmon, TeShondra Abner, David Sargeant, Charlie Weir, Luis Velez, Mike DiStefano, Linda Anstee, 
Tracy Crincoli, Heather Bennett 



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Athletic Staff of Lenoir-Rhyne 




Brent Bagwell Kohle Baniett Will Bedduigfield Jessica Benton David Boop Sheiia Bowman 




Clifton Etlieridge Joe Fisher 



Dick hosier 



Buddy Halhert 



Bill Hart 



Marc Hart 




Frank Leaks 



John Lent:. Michael MacEachern Michael McGee Glen McNainee 



Mike McRee 



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Cindy Moser 



Jason Ondriezek 



Frank Pair 



Glenda Punish Carol Robinson 



Scott Rohitzer 




Bobbx Rone 



Kris Ruffo 



Sue Scaffidi 



Henn Smith 



Joe Smith 




Terrance Stewart Mike Stirk 



Patrick Tcvliit 



Coaching Stajfs 



Football 

Bill Hart, Head Coach 
Brent Bagwell 
Kobie Barnett 
Dick Foster 
Buddy Halbert 
Marc Hart 
Chet Henicle 
Charles Houck 
Frank Leaks 
Glen McNamee 
Mike McRee 
Tom Shahady 

Golf 

Terrance Stewart 



Men 's Basketball 
John Lentz, Head Coach 
Ryan Edwards 
Shun England 

Women \s Basketball 
Kris Ruffo. Head Coach 
Amy Dellinger 
Bobby Rowe 

Baseball 

Frank Pait, Head Coach 

Kelly Haynes 

Cross Country 
David Boop 



Joyce Stewart 



Volleyball 

Glenda Parrish, Head Coach 

Mike Stirk 

Men's Soccer 

Kevin Demers, Head Coach 

Jason Ondriezek 

Women \s Soccer 

Will Beddingfield. Head Coach 

Dale Beattie 

Softball 

Shena Bowman, Head Coach 

Jamie Coffey 



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Football player John Miiem 
was drafted into the National 
Football league to play l\)r the 
San Fransico 49ers in the 5th 
round of the NFL Draft. Milem 
started as defensive end in the 
49ers opening game against the 
New England Patriots. 



Golf player Meghan Jolly traveled 
to Texas this past spring to compete 
in the Division II Women's Golf 
Tournament. She finished 8th in 
the nation. Jolly was also named 
the SAC Player of the Year for 2000 
and was placed on the N.G.C.A.'s 
All-American second team list. 



The Men ' s Soccer team captured 
the 2000 SAC Tournament and 
set 8 new school records this 
year during their first winning 
season in 7 years. Junior Cory 
Morgan was named the SAC 
Tourney MVP and set several 
new records this season. 



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Greeks of 
Lenoir-Rhyne 



Lenoir-Rhyne College is home to eight Greek organizations; 
Sigma Kappa, Kappa Delta, Delta Zeta, Zeta Tau Alpha, Pi 
Kappa Phi, Theta Chi, Tau Kappa Epsilon, and Theta Xi. 
Lenoir-Rhyne also has two councils, Interfratemity Senate and 
Panhellenic Council that combine members of each fraternity 
and sorority respectively and work together to set guidelines 
and standards for Greek life on campus. Along with those 
groups are also Rho Chis who are sorority members that 
become Recruitment Counselors during the spring semester 
Recruitement. Each organization participates in philanthropic 
activities and social activities, both on and off campus. Greek 
awards are given annually to individuals, fraternities, and 
sororities that best exemplify the goals of their organization 
and have shown leadership on the L-R campus and in the 
community. The greek organizations at Lenoir-Rhyne 
participate in programs such as Adopt-A-Highway, Locks of 
Love, Alzheimers research, WalkAmerica, March of Dimes, 
PUSH America, North Carolina School for the Deaf, Susan G. 
Koman Breast Cancer Foundation, child abuse prevention, and 
Girl Scouts of America. All eight organizations on campus 
strive to reach into the community of Hickory and beyond to 
make a difference in the lives of the people that they work with. 




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Above: Seseral Theta Chi 
brothers hang out at the Art and 
Science Center before the 
Homecoming parade begins. 

Left: Sigma Kappa sisters 
celebrate Mardi Gras during the 
Homecoming parade down 
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Bid Day 


The day people who rushed accept 




their bid to a fraternity or sorority 


Socials 


Formal and nonformal gatherings 




for sorority or fraternity members 




and their dates only 


Rush 


A week of learning about each 




orgcmization 


Smol<er 


A meeting put on by each fraternity 




for members of rush 


Pledge 


Someone who is in the process of 




joining a greek organization 


Open Bid 


A bid offered to someone who did 




not go through rush 


COB 


Cordially Open Bid - constantly 




giving out bids 


Mixers 


A gathering of one sororit}' and one 




fraternity for members only 


Lavaleer 


A brother gives his girlfriend a 




necklace with his fraternity letters on 


Pinning 


It 

A brother gives his girlfriend his 




badge of initiaticm 


Big Brother 


A fraternity member that takes on a 




pledge to help him through the rush 




process 


Big Sister 


A sorority member that takes on a 




pledge to help them through the rush 




process 


Little Brother 


A pledge that takes on a older 




member of the fraternity to help them 




through rush 


Little Sister 


A pledge that takes on a older 




member of the sororit}- to help them 




through rush 


Composite 


A picture of the members of the 




fraternit}' or sororit}' 


Founder's Day 


The day that each sororin- or 




fraternity was founded 


Legacy 


A family member that was a member 




of a fraternity or sororit}' before a 




current member 


Initiation 


Acceptance into the organization 


Bid 


An invitation to the fraternit}' or 




sororit}' 



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Members: Jack Hager, Brendan Malanga, Blake Burks, Terry 
Donaher, Lee Baldonado, Tim Baird, Kyle Cornwell, Brian Collins, 
Nate Davidson. Derek Justice. Kris Litinan. Cliff Miller. Andrew 
Patrick. David Payne. Tim Rush. Tonv Sweeny. Andrew Troutman 



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Above: Brothers of Pi Kappa Phi hang out in front 
of the house. 

Right: The brothers at the Annual run to Charlotte 
benefitting PUSH America. They raised $2,800 
during the run. PUSH America is the Pi Kapp's 
national philanthropy. 







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Archon 

Vice Archon 

Treasurer 

Secretary 

Warden 

Historian 

Chaplain 



Jack Hager 

Brendan Malanga 

Blake Burks 

Terry Donaher 

Lee Baldonado 

Tim Baird 

Kyle Cornwell 



Left: Tim Baird and Teiry Donaher pose for a 
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Pi Kappa Phi was founded at the College of Charleston, South 
Carolina on December 10, 1904. The Epsilon Rho chapter here 
at Lenoir-Rhyne was founded on December 3, 1983. The Pi 
Kapps are the only fraternity to start its own national outreach 
program, PUSH America, which senses as both a national and 
a local philanthropy activity for the fraternity. They have 
raised over $3 million for PUSH America and donated 3.2 
million man hours to serx'ice the communities, an amount that 
equals approximately $26 million. Pi Kappa Phi is the fastest 
growing fraternity in the nation. Its colors are gold and white, 
the auxilary color is royal blue, and the flower is the red rose. 
Some famous Pi Kapps include: Jim Edmonds, athlete; Rich 
Risen, sports anchor; David Goodnow, news anchor; Tommy 
Lasorda, former baseball Manager; Randy Owen, musician; 
Joe Sewell, athlete; Thomas Wolfe, author; and Ben Overton, 
Court Justice ofFL. Pi Kappa Phi has 1 7 active members here 
at Lenoir-Rhyne and over 80,000 initiated members nation- 
wide. 
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Above: On Bid Day. the hrothers celebrate the 
new pledges joining the Fraternity. 



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Members: TeShondra Abiier, Amber Beal, Heather Bennett, Brandi Blevins. April Chapman, 
Jade Cobb, Kristin Daugherty, Wendy Eggars, Amber Farling. Keneika Gaines, Becky 
Hague, Elizabeth Huss, Talaya Jefferson, Cynthia Kennett, Audrey Kreske, Ashley LeBarron, 
Sarah Millwood, Anne Monroe, Sheila Murphy, Amanda Nicks, Emily Owen, Aiuli Penley, 
Erin Pressley, Amber Starbuck, Katie Thompson, Danielle Black, Leigh Chandler, Erica 
Clontz. Tracy Crincoli, Charlsie Downing, Amber Ervin, Jenny Eorbes, Cindy Hale, Emily 
Hopping, Maiy Margaret Jackson, Kristie Kempston. Lisa Kimball, Dani Lambeth, Kristin 
Little, Chelsie Millwood, Nancy Mulholland, Kristin Neely, Natalie Orth, Jenny Parsons, 
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Above: It's a KD invasion of the Outback! 

Right: Members of Kappa Delta pose with Adam 
Mosher, the groups representative in the Mr. L-R 
pageant. Adam was the second runner up in the 
competition. Doesn't he look beautiful? 




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3elow: Anne Monroe. Wendy Eggars. Cynthia 
Cennett. Sheila Murphy, and Jenny Forbes have 
un in the snow at a nearby park. 




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President Heather Bennett 

VP of Membership Cynthia Kennett 

VP of Standards Amber Starbiick 

VP of Pledge Education Amber Beal 
VP of Public Relations Leigh Chandler 

Ailisa Willis 

TeShondra Abner 

Kristi Pffafendorf 

Kristin Daugherty 

Tracy Crincoli 

Amber Farling 



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Treasurer 
Asst. Treasurer 
Rho Chi 

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Corey Stirewalt 

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Below: Leigh Chandler. Keneika Gaines. Amber 
Beal. Amber Starbuck, and Anne Monroe get 
ready for a night on the town! 




Kappa Delta was founded on October 23, 1897 at Longwood College in Fannviiie, 
Virginia. Its Gamma Chi Chapter here at Lenoir-Rhyne was created in 1962. Philanthro- 
pies include the Girl Scouts of America, National Committee to Prevent Child Abuse, 
Children 5 Hospital of Richmond, VA, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons 
Research Awards, and the Children's Protection Council of Hickory. Its colors are olive 
green and emerald green, the sorority jewels are the diamond, emerald, and pearl, and the 
flower is the white rose. Some famous KDs include: Pearl Buck, author; Dr. Bonnie 
Dunbar, astronaut; Debra Maffett, Miss America, 1983; and Suzy Spaford, creator of Suzy 
Zoo. Kappa Delta currently has 48 active members here at Lenoir-Rhyne, cmd 108,379 
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Matt Bracken. Phil Caiiiuo, Cody Clark, Zacli Cox, Jason Deierlein, 
Mike DiStefano, JeffEudy, Bryan Fleming, Rusty Kopp, Matt Langford, 
Clay Lassiter, Jason Leohers, Andrew Moose, Travis Nicolette, Keith 
Powers, Alex Pournelle, Dean Preston, Brett Rajferty, Kirk Ranney, 
Andy Shirlen, Kyle Sprehe, Coiy Stirewalt 



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•'fl^ they raised $8,000 for the Children's 
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Theta Chi was founded at Nonvich 
University on April 10, 1856. The Delta 
Chi Chapter here at Lenoir-Rhyne was 
established on May 15, 1954. Their 
national philanthropy is the Red Cross 
and the local philanthropy for the Delta 
Chi chapter is St. Jiide 's Children !v 
Hospital. Theta Chi [s flower is the red 
carnation, and its publication is "The 
Rattle" Some famous Chi's include: 
Steven Spielberg, movie director; Lee 
laccoca. Ford Motor Co. ; Bricm Cardi- 
nal, athlete; and "Shug" Jordan, foot- 
ball coach. Theta Chi currently has 22 
active members here at Lenoir-Rhyne 
and 7,100 nation-wide. 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary^ 

Treasurer 

Marshal 

Executives 

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Zach Cox 

Kirk Ranney 

Btyan Fleming 

Cory Stirewalt 

Brett Rajferty 

Phil Carlino 

Andy Shirlen 

Andrew Moose 



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Above: A group of the brothers hang out at the 
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Members: Katie Baker. Ai)iy Bloom. Katie Boweii. Shamioii Brewer, Beth Caiiestraiio. Lacey 
Camion. Lara Cato, Lauren Cerati. Lcmdi Coltrain, Colleen Cox, Ashley Dinney, Samantha 
Erbaugh, Micaela Glenn, Michelle Harrison, Summer Huneycutt, Joanna Kieschnick, Kim 
Long. Amanda Lane. Jenni Lawson. Natia Loney. Lynnae Mathia, Tiffany Menz.e. Kati Meyer. 
Michelle McConnell. Sarah Jane Milheim. Shannon Norris. Meredith Osborne. Crystal 
Pepper. Jenny Payseur. Colleen Reagan. Erin Russell. Harmony Schilling. Adrianne Sisk. Jana 
Smith, Sabrena Smith, Shelley Smith, Jennifer Sterling. Stephanie Thompson. Hannah 
Zimmerman 



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Above: Sisters of Delta Zeta embrace the 
fight against birth defects. 

Right: Michelle Hanison, Michelle 
McConnell. Katie Baker, Crystal Pepper, and 
Joanna Kieschnick celebrate the 4th of July 
in the Nation's capitol. 




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Above: Samantha Erbaugh and Hamiony 
Schilling bringing bact; the 80s at the DZ- 
Theta Chi Prom Mixer. 




Delta Zeta was founded at Miami University (Ohio) 
on October 24, 1902. The Zeta Xi chapter here at 
Lenoir-Rhyne was established in 1961. Delta Zeta 's 
national philanthropy is hearing impaired and deaf 
awareness and sen'ices. As a sorority, they strive to 
educate the communit}- about the hearing impaired 
while also raising funds for various groups and 
organizations including the National Delta Zeta 
Foundation and the North Carolina School for the 
Deaf. The Zeta Xi chapter 's local philanthropy is the 
March of Dimes. Each year, the sisters of Delta Zeta 
participate in WalkAmerica and other fundraisers 
that support the fight against birth defects. Their 
philanthropies are designed to promote volunteer 
activities among the sorority. Delta Zeta 's flower is 
die Kilarney Rose, its colors are pink and green, and 
its mascot is the turtle. Some famous Delta Zeta 's 
include: Anne Rice, author; Sharon Stone, actress; 
Betty Crocker, cook and author; and Florence 
Henderson, actress. Delta Zeta has 39 active mem- 
bers here at Lenior-Rhyne and 137,813 initiates 
nation-wide. 



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President Michelle McConnell 

VP of Membership Crystal Pepper 

VP of Programs Michelle Harrison 

VP of Pledge Education Katie Baker 



Sec re tan 




Beth Canestrano 


Treasurer 




Harmony Schilling 


Academics 




Sarah Jane Milheim 


Rho Chi 




Lynnae Mathia 

Sabrena Smith 

Stephanie Thompson 


Panhellenic 


Delegate 


Shannon Norris 



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VanOpclorp, Josh Evans, Shady Dahir. Robert Goodman, Ryan 
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Above: TKE brothers Ryan Mumy, Scott 
Robitzer. Josh Evans, and Steve Priestley hang 
out together at a friend's house for the weekend. 

Right: The TKE brothers work to keep their 
stretch of road along Highway 1 27 clean as part 
of their Adopt- A-Highway Program. 



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Left: Brothers of TKE and 
their friends celebrate at 
the wedding of President 
Tommy Hand. 



Tan Kappa Epsilon was founded at Illinois 
Wesleyan University on January 10, 1899. It's 
Delta Iota Chapter here at Lenoir-Rhyne was 
founded on April 1 1 , 1954. Their philanthropies 
include Special Olympics and the North Carolina 
Adopt- A-Highway Program. TKE colors are 
cherry and gray, their jewel is the white pearl, and 
their official flower is the red carnation. Famous 
TKE's include Ronald Reagan, President; Elvis 
Presley, entertainer; William Fowler Nobel Prize 
winning Physicist; George Halas, founder of the 
NFL; Terry Bradshaw, athlete; cmd Shannon 
Meyers, athlete. 



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Meredith Osborne 

Meredith Mongello 

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Marie Buchanan, April Chambers, Laura Coker, Leslie Doiron, Maiy Frana, Alicia 
Hainsworth, Keudra Hall, Jackie Hansehnan. April Heath, Siiz.anne Jackson, Rachel 
Johnson, Angle Jolly, Amanda Jowers, Beth Kochany, Heather Lindhohn, Elise 
Mayse, JoAnna Marie Novak, Melissa Pierce, Caroline Reiser, Mahyoh Robinson, 
Brandi Sipes, Julie Ann Sippel. Christine Sommer, Mackenzie Smart, Amanda 
Stames, Audrey Stell, Rochelle Weiss, Laura Welch, Brandi Wellmon, Amy White, 
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Right: Sisters Jackie Hanselman. Rhonda Barcomb 
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Left: The sisters celebrate 
at St. Andrews Lutheran 
Church at the wedding of 
last years" President. 
Kirstin Johnson. 



Below: Zeta sisters and the 
ZTA Bunny at the Greek 
Week Chariot Race 2000. 



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President 


April Chambers 


Vice Presidents 


Linda Anstee 




Brandy Welhnon 




Julie Ann Sippel 


Secretoiy 


Caroline Reiser 


Treasurer 


Rhonda Barcomb 


Historian 


Jackie Hanselman 


Ritual 


Lcmra Coker 


Scholarship 


Amanda Jowers 


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Zeta Tail Alpha was founded at Longwood College on October 15, 1898. The Delta Omicwn 
Chapter here at Lenoir-Rhyne was established on Febriiaiy 17, 1962. The national 
philanthropy for ZTA is the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. The sisters here at 
Lenoir-Rhyne work to bring that national cause to the local level. Zeta Tau Alpha 's colors 
are turquoise blue and steel gray, its flower is the white violet, and some of the symbols 
include five-pointed crowns, strawberries, and the white violet. Zeta Tau Alpha currently has 
35 active members here at Lenoir-Rhyne and 9,149 members nation-wide. 



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Jason Call. Adam Coffey. Crown Hoffman. Ian Meeks. David Yoder, 
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Above: Brothers of Theta Xi practice their sign 
language during a signing class that they partici- 
pate in every Monday night. 

Right: The Theta Xi Executive Council on the 
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Left: Charlie Weis, Joey 
Meyer, and Jason Call hang 
out during a party at the Xi 
house over the weekend. 



Theta Xi fraternity was founded at Rensselaer Polytechnic 
Institute in Troy, New York on April 29. 1864. The Kappa 
Omicron chapter here at Lenoir-Rhyne was established on 
September 25. 1950. Their philanthropies are Multiple 
Sclerosis and Habitat for Humanity. Theta Xi 's colors ewe 
azure blue and silver and its flower is the blue iris. Some 
famous Xis include: Jim Voss, astronaut; Jim Davis, 
cartoonist; Henderson Forsyth, a.k.a. Colonel Sanders; 
Don Costello, V.P. of American Express; and Thomas 
Fenders, Basketball Coach. Theta Xi currently has 14 
active members here at Lenoir-Rhyne and 2.586 nation- 
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President 
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Treasurer 
Secretary 
Senior Steward 
Junior Steward 



David Yoder 

Crown Hoffman 

Ian Meeks 

Adam Coffey 

Joey Meyer 

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Above: David Yoder and Jason Call listen and 
watch their lellow brother and teacher. Charlie 
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Members: Michelle Bain, Amanda Boliek. Christine Brock. Leigh Biyant. Amanda Biirkhart. Jennifer 
Carpenter. Jessie CarroU.Casey Childers. Emily Cobble, Caron Coffey, Loru Coltrane, Holly Creeger, 
Brandy Cruse, Laney Eanes, Laura Eckard, Vanessa Elliot, Gretchen Ferris, Barbara Gilpin, Kristine 
Gise, Elizabeth Gold, Kelley Guffey Alexis Harris, Jill Hamlin, Amy Hensley, Jennifer Hernandez, Katie 
Hoyle.Tanya Jansen, Katie Kaminska, Krissy Kolster. Kristy Knight. Keya Lackey. Kym Lathrop, Ginny 
Lee, Mandi Ligatti, Wendy Mease. Misty Patterson, Rachel Payne, Andie Powers, Katie Redden, Jennie 
Rudisill, Beth Seagle, Shelley Sehorn, Ragan Sheets. Katie Stone. Rachel Strickert, Stephanie Tilley, 
Meredith Vaughan. Brooke Vicke. Sarah Westmoreland. Kris Williams 



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Above: Sigma Kappa beauties Ginny Lee. Wendy 
Mease, Leigh Bryant, Jessie Carroll, and Amy 
Hensley get ready to paint the town! 



Right: Living on the Sigma Kappa hall is so much 
fun! At any hour of the night you can find 
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ibove: Brandy Cruse, Rachel Payne, Jean Marie 
.aramore, and Krissy Kolster dazzle their dates at 
ligma Kappa's formal social in Blowing Rock, NC. 



ibove: "If you're going to be Greek. .why not be a 
;oddess?" Sigma Kappa welcomes ten new 
.nembers into their fall pledge class. 



Sigma Kappa was founded at Colby College in 
Watenille, Maine, on November 9, 1874. The 
Epsilon Alpha chapter here at Lenoir-Rhyne was 
founded on February 24, 1962. Sigma Kappa's 
national philanthropies are Gerontology, 
Alzheimer's Disease, Inherit the Earth, and the 
Maine Seacoast Missionaiy Society. The Sisters 
here at Lenoir-Rhyne also have local philanthro- 
pies to continue their work and make an impact in 
the local area. They strive to bring their national 
philanthropies of Gerontology and Alzheimer's 
Disease to the Hickory area by visiting Alzheimer 's 
units and working with Lutherhaus and the 
Lutheran Home. Other local philanthropies are 
Project HEART and Locks of Love, a serx'ice that 
provides hair to make wigs for children with can- 
cer Its colors are lavender and maroon, its jewel is 
the pearl, and its flower is the violet. Some famous 
Sigma Kappas include: Susan Johne, Senator; 
Judith Guest La Vercombe. author; Lauren Ro- 
man, actress; Rhea Seddon, mission specialist for 
NASA; and Ashley Welkos, actress. Sigma Kappa 
currently has 50 members here at Lenoir-Rhyne 
and 92,661 initiates nation-wide. 




cIT 



2000 Executive Council 



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President 

Executive VP 

VP of Membership 

VP of Alumnae Relations 

VP of Pledge Education 

VP of Scholarship 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Rho Chi 

Panhellenic Delegate 



Krissy Kolster 

Jill Hamlin 

Barbara Gilpin 

Jennifer Carpenter 

Jessie Carroll 

Ginny Lee 

Rachel Payne 

Brandy Cruse 

Jennie Hernandez 

Caron Coffey 

Caron Coffey 



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Greeks 139 i'g 



Fraternity of the Year 

ThetaXi 




Theta Xi Fraternity was founded on April 29, 1864, at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, 
New York. It was founded during the period of the Civil War by eight men who wanted unity and 
fellowship cuid determined to establish a fraternity on a national level; Theta Xi fraternity is the 
only college fraternity to be created during the Civil War period. The Kappa Omicron chapter 
here at Lenoir-Rliyne was established on September 25, 1950. Their philanthropies are Multiple 
Sclerosis cuid Habitat for Hunmnity. The brothers of Theta Xi strive to bring their national phi- 
lanthropies to the Hickory area. Theta Xi currently has 14 active members here at Lenoir-Rhyne 
and 2,586 nationwide. The Year award is given to the fraternity with the highest GPA, serx'ice to 
their community, and good character Congratulations to all of the brothers of Theta Xi for their 
award! 



■ijjl 140 Fraternity of the Year 



Sorority of the Year 
Sigma Kappa 




!P 



Sigma Kappa Sorority was founded on November 9, 1874 at Colby College in Waterville, Maine. It 
was the first sorority in New England and the members strive to promote service, cultural 
development, and intellectual life among its members. Sigma Kappa 's national philanthropies are 
Gerontology, Alzheimer 's Disease, Inherit the Earth, and the Maine Seacoast Missionary Society. The 
Sisters here at Lenoir-Rhyne also have local philanthropies to continue their work and make cm 
impact in the local area. They strive to bring their national philanthropies of Gerontology and 
Alzheimer's Disease to the Hickory area by visiting Alzheimer's units and working with Lutherhaus 
and the Lutheran Home. Other local phUcmthropies are Project HEART and Locks of Love, a service 
that provides hair to make wigs for children with cancer The membership in the Epsilon Alpha chapter 
at the Lenoir-Rhyne is 50 and the national membership is 6,182. The Year award is given to the 
sorority with the highest GPA and outstanding service with their philanthropies. Congratulations to 
all of the sisters of Sigma Kappa for their award! 

Sorority of the Year 141 i^g 



2000 Greek Awards 



The 34th Annual Greek Awards were held on May 1, 2000 in the Belk Centrum. This year, the Greek members of 
Lenoir-Rhyne were honored for their volunteer work both on and off campus, as well as their performance in the 
classroom. Sigma Kappa and Theta Xi received the Organization of the Year awards for the second consecutive 
year. Other recipients included Jade Cobb, Amber Beal, Shele Keeley, Heather Bennett, and Ashley Collins of 
Kappa Delta, Andrew Troutman and Kris Litman of Pi Kappa Phi, Brandy Wellmon, Jackie Hanselman, and Kirstin 
Johnson of Zeta Tau Alpha, Tia Loney and Lisa Gonzalez of Deha Zeta. David Yoder, Tony Coble, and Matt Davis 
of Theta Xi, and Gretchen Ferris and Tessa Walters of Sigma Kappa. Congratulations to all who were honored at 
the 2000 Greek Awards! 









Above: Matt Davis of Theta Xi was the recipi- 
ent of the Man of the Year Award. This Award 
is given to the Fraternity man whose college 
career and Greek membership have been ones 
of excellence, service, and achievement. 

Right: Amber Beal of Kappa Delta and Brandy 
Wellmon of Zeta Tau Alpha were the recipi- 
ents of the Panhellenic Pledge Award and Kris 
Litman of Pi Kappa Phi was the recipient of the 
Fraternity Pledge Award. This award is given 
to men and women pledges who are deemed to 
be symbolic of their class. 



142 Greek Awards 





Left: Jackie Hanselman of Zeta Tau Alpha and 
David Yoder of Theta Xi received the 
Panhellenic and Fraternity Sophomore Awards. 
These are given to sophomores whose contri- 
butions during the 1999-2000 Academic year 
have been outstanding. 

Below: Kirsten Johnson of Zeta Tau Alpha was 
awarded the Jane R. Jenkins Presidential Cup. 
This award is given to the Greek President who 
has done the most outstanding job in the day to 
day operation of the Greek Organization. 





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Other recipients were: 

Jade Cobb, Panhellenic Leadership Gavel 

Andrew Troutman, Fraternity Leadership Gavel 

Brandy Wellmon, Laura Bland Clayton Scholarship Award 

Tia Loney, Sarah A Cory Memorial Award 

Gretchen Ferris, Excelsior Award 

Sigma Kappa and Theta Xi, Greek Scholarship Awards 

Ashley Collins, Panhellenic Senior Award 

Tessa Walter Woman of the Year 

Kappa Delta, Panhellenic Greek Week 



SI 



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ibove: Lisa Gonzalez of Delta Zeta received 
le Al Carelli, Jr. Memorial Award. This award 
i given to the most outstanding varsity athlete 
olding membership in a Greek organization. 



Greek Awards 143 i'^ 




Above Far Left: Grctclicn Ferrisof Sigma 
Kappa and Tony Cohle of Theta Xi re- 
ceived the Juniors of the Year Awards. 
These awards are given to the junior 
sorority female and junior fratemily male 
whose contributions during the academic 
year have been outstanding. 

Above Left: Heather Bennett of Kappa 
Delta received the David Moose, II Mem. 
Leadership Award. This award recog- 
nizes outstanding character, involvement 
in athletics, and concern for others. 



Right: Jill Hamlin of Sigma Kappa 
recieved the David M. Adams Mem. 
Scholarship. This scholarship is given to 
a rising senior whose devotion to the 
Greek system and standard of personal 
conduct have been an inspiration. 



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1 44 Greek Awards 



The Graduating 
Class of 2001 




TeShondra Abner 
Sports Medicine 



Jaime Absher 
Occupational Therapy 



Casey Allen 
International Business 



Linda Anstee 
Athletic Training 




Robin Arney Monica Ayotte Katie Baker 

Secondary Education Human & Community Services Sports Management 



Michael Banks 
Business Administration 




Corrine Barker 
History 



Sharon Barlow 
Occupational Therapy 



Heather Bennett 
Sports Medicine 



David Black 
Business Administration 




Brandi Blevins 
Psych/Human & Comm. Services 



Cynthia Boyer 
Art Education 



Robin Bradbury 
Occupational Therapy 



Michelle Brittain 
Music Performance 




Tiffany Broman 
Religious Studies 



Lauren Brunner 
Psychology/German 



Erin Brown 
Political Science 



Jennifer Brown 
Religious Studies 



Richard Brown 
Business Administration 




Leigh Bryant 
Communications 



Kenneth A. Bumgarner 
Business Marketing 



Crystal Burda 
Studio Art 



"/ may not have gone where I intended to go, hut I think I have 
ended up where I intended to he." -Douglas Adams 





Ryan Buscaglio 
Occupational Therapy 



Phillip Carlino 
History 



Jennifer Carpenter April Chambers 

Occupational Therapy Elementary Education 




Tony Coble Allison Coffey Caron Coffey 

Business Administration Human & Comm. Services Elem. Education/Philosophy 



Kathryn Coleman 
Birth-K Education 




Brian Collins 


Landi Coltrain 


Lora Coltrane 


William Combs 


Sports Management 


Psychology 


Elementary Education ^m 


^^ Communications 





"It is good to have an end to journey toward, but it is the journey 
that matters in the end." -Ursula LeGuin 




Elizabeth H. Cornett 
Mathematics 



Zach Cox 
Business Admin./Economics 



Tracy Crincoli 
Sports Medicine 



Robert Cummings 
Biology 



Shady Dahir David Day 

Sports Management Family Ministry/Christian Ed. 



Jill Draughn 
Occupational Therapy 



Brandy Cruse 
Biology 




Joseph Dorsch 
Music 




Courtney Ellis Ryan Erikson Amber Ervin 

Elementary Education Communications/English Elementary Education 



"The only thing you take with you when you're gone 
is what you leave behind." -John Allston 




Jeffrey Eudy 
Chemistry 



Amber Furling 
Elementary Education 



Joseph Favero 
Physical Education 



Gretchen Ferris 
Theater/English Ed. 




Jennifer Forbes 
Elementary Education 



Susan Garvey 
Psychology 



Delaine Fox 
History/English 



Jill Franjiore 
Elementary Education 



Keneika Gaines 
Physical Education 




Amy Geis 
Accounting 



Charles M. Gerencer 
Communications 



Kelley Gilmore 
Occupational Therapy 



"They may forget what you said, but they will never forget 
how you made them feel." -Carl. W. Buechner 




Barbara Gilpin 
Political Science 



Monica Goble 
Nursing 



Elizabeth Gold 
Birth-K Education 



Nancy Greiner Tonya Gwaltney Jack Hager 

French Education Psych/Human & Comm. Services Communications 



Jennifer K. Greer 
English/Secondary Ed. 




Katherine Hales 
International Business 




Jill Hamlin 
Occupational Therapy 



Michelle Harrison 
Communications 



Heather Haskell 
Occupational Therapy 



Marcia Hefner 
Elementary Education 



"Some memories are realities, and are better than anything that can 
ever happen to one again." -Willa Gather 




Amy Henderson 
Biology 



Amy Hensley 
Elementary Education 



Jennifer Hernandez 
Nursing 



Nathan Hooks 
Sacred Music 



Brooke Huffman 
Psych/Human & Comm. Services 



Suzanne Jackson 
Nursing 



Mia Johnson 
Elementary Education 



Sarah Johnson 
English 



Rachel Johnson 
Psychology 



Andy Holland 
Classics 




Jessica Johnson 
Occupational Therapy 




Angela Jolly 
English Literature 



"Opportunities are usually disguised as hard work, so most 
people don't recognize them." -Ann Landers 





Jeff Kaeser Joanna Kieschnick 

Occupational Therapy Int'l Business/German 



Erin Kintzer 
Occupational Therapy 



Megan Knights 
Human & Coinm. Services 



Chris Kotish 
Business Administration 



Hillary Lanning 
Political Science 




Heather Lindhplm 
Deaf/Elementary Education 



Kim Long 
Nursing 



Hollie D. Kistler 
Psychology 




James Leach 
Communications 






Bai Lor Josh Lovell 

Computer Info. Systems Sports Management 



"The golden opportunity you are seeking is in yourself. It is not in your environment; 
it is not in luck or chance, or the help of others; it is in yourself alone. " 
-Orison S. Marden 




Jesse Lugo 
Occupational Therapy 



. Gabrielle Macon 
Political Science/German 



Jennifer McCollum 
Occupational Therapy 



Michelle McConnell 
French/Communications 




Mary McKinnon 
Mathematics 



Kevin McLaughlin 
Physics 



Wendy Mease 
Corporate Communications 



David B. Meyers 
Psychology 




Meredith Mongello 
Occupational Therapy 



Melissa Moose 
Occupational Therapy 



Nancy Mulholland 
Human & Comm. Services 



Elayne Mills 
Secondary Education 



"The mind has exactly the same power as the hands; not merely to grasp the 
world, but to change it." -Colin Wilson 




Alisha Navarro 
Physics/Mathematics 



Natalie Orth 
Sports Management 



Andrew Patrick 
Psychology 



Andrea Nellis 
English Education 



Shannon Norris 
Elementary Education 



Sharon Nuss 
Human & Comm. Services i 




Meredith Osborne 
Political Science 



Diana Paiva 
Sports Management 



Divya Patel 
Chemistry/Biology 




Morgan Patton 
Nursing 



Crystal Pepper 
Business Administration 



Robener Phillips 
Pre-Medical Science 



'^Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a matter of choice; it is not a thing 
to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved." -William J. Bryan 




Jonathan Pilkenton 
Political Science 



Andrea Reeves 
Occupational Therapy 



David Porter 
Mathematics 



Stephen Priestley 
Accounting 



Adina Procop 
Accounting 




Caroline Reiser 
American Studies 



Beth Rikard Mahyoh Robinson 

Human & Comm. Services Psych/Human & Comm Sen 




Angela Rogers John Romine Stephanie Ross 

Occupational Therapy Computer Information Systems Pre-Engineering 



Tim Rush 
Business Administration 



"No bird soars too high if he soars with his own wings.' 
- William Blake 




Erin Russell 
Human & Comm. Services 



Kimitake Sato 
Healthful Living 



Mary Schley 
Nursing 



Heidi Sedlack 
Occupational Therapy 




Tom Segura 
Communications 



Robin Settlemeyer 
Nursing 



Christy Sheets 
Psych/Human & Comm. Ser. 



Sabrena Smith Angela Spurling 

Psych/Human & Comm. Ser. Occupational Therapy 



Amanda Starnes 
Nursing 



Joshua Smith 
Biology 




Corey Stirewalt 
History 



"Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you'll land among the 
stars." -Les Brown 




Deborah Stowers 
Occupational Therapy. 



Andrew Strock 
Business Administration 



Emily Taylor Stephanie Thompson 

Occupational Therapy Psych/Human & Comm. Ser. 




John Tolbert 
Sports Management 



Vue Vang 
Accounting/Comp. Info. Sys. 



Brandi Vanosdol 
Psychology 



Chris VanOpdorp 
Health & Exercise Science 




Luis Velez 
Sports Medicine 



Christina Viera James Vraneck 

Human & Comm. Services Sports Management 



Jennifer Wagner 
Communications 



"To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also 
dream; not only plan, but also believe." -Anatola France 




Ashley Watts 
Occupational Therapy 



Rebekah Weant 
Psychology 



Justin Weidner 
Sports Management 



Rochelle Weiss 
Elementary Education 



Brandy Wellmon 
Sports Medicine/P.A. 



Daniel Willis 
Physical Education 



Talisha Wilson 
Elementary Education 



Reja Winebarger 
History 



Bria Worthington 
Business Administration 



William Weir 
Sports Medicine 




Ailisha Willis 
Communications 




William Wright 
Business Administration 



"If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you can dream it, 
you can become it." -William Arthur Ward 





Chris Wyatt 

Sports Management/ 

Business Administration 



Latricia Yelton 
Occupational Therapy 



Seniors Not Pictured 



Samantha Aaron 
Angela Abernathy 
Elizabeth Abernathy 
Nicole Allen 
Nicole Alves 
Lyclia Austin 
Garia Bailey 
Alfred Baldonado 
David Baldwin 
Malinda Bauguess 
Caroline Bean 
Christine Beatty 
Kevin Bowman 
Matthew Bracken 
Kimberli Branch 
Phillip Brewer 
Fred Brinskelle 
David Brockman 
Britt Brookshire 
Rhonda Burgess 
Michele Bush 
Amanda Caldwell 
Kara Cantoni 
Elizabeth Carpenter 
Angel Cecile 
Crystal I Chapman 
Dayne Chester 
Cody Clark 
Michael Clontz 
Kristy Cogdell 
Randal Cole 
Krista Conley 
Theressa Cook 
Michael Costello 



James Cummins 
Carole Curtis 
Jessica Denton 
Michael DiStefano 
Delta Dula 
Teresa Elliott 
Keith Elvidge 
Edgar Foster 
Jill Gibbs 
Mandy Glenn 
Rita Grandstaff 
Scott Grantham 
Thomas Griffin 
Larry Haas 
Anne Haase 
Terrah Hahn 
Thomas Hand 
Joshua Harless 
Jason Harris 
Cristy Hartsell 
Leah Hickman 
Christina Hicks 
Sarah Hinsch 
Amy Hittle 
Stephanie Isenhour 
Revonda Jackson 
Edward Johnson 
Amy Jones 
Lydia Kanupp 
Amy Kari 
Cynthia Kennett 
Shoua Khang 
Ashley King 
Misty Laii 



Shanna Lawhon 
Jennifer Lawon 
Michelle Leonard 
Cynthia Lester 
Tracy Livingston 
Yer Lo 

Rebecca Malec 
Margaret Marriott 
Hope Martin 
Edward Max 
Tory McCorkle 
Patti Mclntire 
Michael Morettie 
Emily Mosteller 
Shelley Mundy 
Latricia Nelon 
Brent Nichols 
Dana Noble 
Adrienne Pack 
Lauri Pannenbacker 
Lori Parham 
William Payseur 
Jennifer Perkins 
Kristin Perrello 
Tori Petrea 
Stephanie Petty 
Maria Pindicblaj 
Debra Plant 
Sherri Pollack 
Rocky Poteat 
Madonna Price 
Lesley Queen 
Lynne Reed 
Matthew Reese 



Jennifer Reid 
Grace Rice 
Crystal Richardson 
Scott Robitzer 
Christopher Rome 
Jennifer Rowe 
Douglas Rowland 
Vicky Rubio 
John Savage 
Joseph Schortz 
Brooke Schrum 
David Sergeant 
Christy Setzer 
Michael Shehan 
Anthony Simpson 
Mary Sitton 
Adam Sladcik 
Amy Sowers 
David Starkey 
Vanya Starr 
Benjamin Stewart 
Mollie Strosnider 
Karen Summey 
Shannon Thompson 
Gary Til ley 
Andrea Towery 
Roxanne Triplett 
Kimberly Troutman 
William Tunstill 
Christopher Turner 
Melissa Underwood 
Jamey VanHorn 
Meredith Vaughn 
Donna Walker 



Augusta Wallace 
William Walton 
Benny Waters 
Linda Weaver 
Carla White 
Kathy Whitener 
Monica Whitworth 
Randall Williams 
Malanie Wilson 
Paul Winter 
Joel Wiszowaty 
Crystal Withers 
Shirley Woodell 
Uzma Zakai 



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Underclassmen 




Underclassmen 161 



Junior Class 




Facts 


t * 


Class President, 


I ' 


Kristie Kempston 




Class size 


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192 students 


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Ashley Abee 

Bo Arthur 

Tim Baird 

Michelle Baity 

Sal Baldi 



Rhonda Barcomh 

Amber Beal 

Scott Berkholtz 

Lindsay Bertram 

Danielle Black 



Amanda Boliek 

Katherine Bowen 

Arlene Brett 

Kelly Brown 

Melissa Buff 




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^m l62Jiinio 




Amanda Burke 
Jason Call 
Shannon Cameron 
Beth Canestrano 
Jessie CaiToU 



Leigh Chandler 
Casey Childers 
Erica Clontz 
Adam Coffey 
^■'^- Charlie Cox 



Natasha Crouse 
Kristin Daiigherty 
Ashma Davidson 
Catherine Davidson 
Sarah DelAguila 



Teny Donaher 
Sara Drebes 
Laura Eckard 
Stacy Feldstein 
Bryan Fleming 



Mary Frana 
Jackie Hanselmann 
Crown Hoffman 
Becky Hogue 
Heidi Holland 



Juniors 163 J 



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Class of 2002 



Summer Huneycutt 

Kemp Iddings 

Justi Jackson 

Mary-Margaret Jackson 

Matt Jenkins 



Meghan Jolly 

Kiistie Kempston 

Robin Kesterson 

Amy Kilby 

Lisa Kimball 



Kristin Knight 

Krissy Kolster 

Keya Lackey 

Ginny Lee 

Anna Lehmans 



Gayren Leonhardt 

Mandi Ligatti 

Kristin Little 

Natia Loney 

Kyle Lowman 



Tracy Lowman 

Becky Malec 

Jennifer Marquardt 

Lynae Mathia 

Ian Meeks 




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164 Juniors 




Royal Metze 
Sarah-Jane Milheim 
Amy Miller 
Scott Miller 
Anne Monroe 



Emily Mosteller 
Sheila Murphy 
Kristin Neely 
JoAnna Novak 
Misty Patterson 



Rachel Payne 
Andrea Penley 
Kristi Pfaffendorf 
Diane Phillips 
Sam Plonk 



Juniors 165 • 




Elaine Seter 

Ragan Sheets 

Jana Smith 

Tarl Sokolitsky 

Romen Sparks 



Kimberly Spencer 

Amber Starbuck 

Audrey Stell 

Susan Stephens 

LesHe Stilwell 



^m 1 fifi Juniors 




Susan Stinson 
Robert Stone 
Bill Vaughn 
Meredith Vaughn 
May Yang 



Juniors 167 



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Sophomore Class 
Facts 

Class President, 
Josh Brown 

Class size 
243 students 



Jennifer Amos 
Colleen Anderson 
Candice Bancroft 

Keisha Barlow 
Eric Benson 



Doug Blackburn 

Amy Bloom 

Shaun Breen 

Alicia Brown 

Josh Brown 



Richard Buff 

David Bukawskas 

Amanda Burkhart 

Cliff Bynum 

April Chapman 




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^m 168 Sophomores 



Sophomores 




Allison Cherry 
Robin Ciavardini 
Daniel Clover 
Jade Cobb 
Emily Cobble 



Erin Coulter 
Melissa Crane 
Nate Davidson 
Ashley Dinney 
Leslie Doiron 



Barbara Eanes 
Nicole Fox 
Michele Frank 
Kristine Gise 
Greg Golden 



Scarlett Good 
Lauren Goss 
Kelley Guffey 
Alicia Hainesworth 
Kendra Hall 



Alexis Harris 
April Heath 
Mary Hining 
Jennifer Holt 
Emily Hopping 



Sophomores 169 ' 



% 




Nathan Johnson 

Amanda Jowers 

Katie Kaminska 

Marleah Kares 

Lee Kelleyman 



Kara Kent 

InAe Kim 

Amanda Lane 

Ashley LeBarron 

Kris Litman 



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170 Sophomores 




Stacy McGraw 
Ryan McCreary 
Christopher McGee 
Marion McMahon 
Tiffany Menze 



Joey Meyer 
Kathryn Meyer 
Tiffany Miller 
Cheslie Millwood 
Emily Moore 



Sophomores 171 • 




Emily Owen 
Jenny Payseur 
Jason Phillips 
Andie Powers 



Katie Redden 

Chris Riley 

Hali Robinson 

Jamie Rudisill 

Angle Saunders 



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172 Sophomores 





Lindsay Witherspoon 
Catie Wood 
Jamie Woods 



Erik Schmitt 

„ Shelley Sehorn 

^ David Sensenig 

Elizabeth Sipe 

Denis Slivka 



Ronald Small 
Mackenzie Smart 
Michael Smith 
Shelley Smith 
i^ Christine Sommer 



Renee Staley 
Jennifer Steriing 
Adam Stewart 
Katie Stone 
Rachel Strickert 



Jamil Surratt 
Marcus Taylor 
William Teem 
Kevin Townsend 
Tiffany Varvaris 



Brooke Vick 
; David Wallinger 
Shanna Wasitowski 
Leila Wiggins 
Kris Williams 



Sophomores 173 ig 




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Freshman Class 
Facts 

Class President, 
Nikki Brown 

Class size 
277 students 



Katie Abemethy 

Whitney Adams 

Kelly Aldridge 

Suzanne Alfors 

Cindy Austin 



Sarah Austin 

James Baldwin 

Erika Baumann 

Loii Beck 

Rebecca Bentley 



Kara Birdwell 

Sheena Black 

Ryan Blake 

Courtney Blakelock 

Amity Bohannon 





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m 1 74 Freshmen 



Freshmen 




Blake Bowman 
Dewayne Brown 
Matthew Brown 
Nikki Brown 
Kathryn Brownell 



Shawn Bryant 
Tony Burwell 
Kala Campbell 
Lynzie Carter 
Tiffani Casalenuovo 



Lauren Champion 
Ashleigh Chapman 
John Cima 
Teodora Cipleu 
Timothy Clarke 



Anna Cloninger 
Jessica Clontz 
Victoria Coble 
Sarah Cochran 
Katherine Collins 



Erin Cook 
Kay Costas 
Sarah Cox 
Cynthia Coy 
Courtney Credle 



Freshmen 175 



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Class of 2004 



Jeremy Crosby 

Monica Crouse 

Kristi Culler 

Elizabeth Daino 

Mike Darling 



Cameron Davis 

Ray Dawkins 

Josh Day 

Isaac Deal 

Meredith Deaton 



Rosie DeMario 

Joe Dewben'y 

Cat Dixon 

John Driver 

Elspeth Eadie 



Chris Eberl 

Karen Edmiston 

Paris Edwards 

Mark Erikson 

Katie Farmer 



Heather Fauber ^ 

Wesley Frye 

Megan Gandy 

Julie Gentry 

Mike Ginanfassio 




I 76 Freshmen 




Adrienne Goebel 
Kathleen Grady 
Kim Greer 
Adam Hall 
Anthony Harris 



Brittney Hart 
Amanda Hartness 
Megan Haynes 
Kelley Hershberger 
Christine Hirsch 



Carla Hood 
Peter Huber 
Michael lannucci 
Cassie Icenhour 
Lisa Isenhour 



Freshmen 177 



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Jennifer Kimble 

Drew King 

Adelaide Kinstler 

Miriam Kirk 

Robert Koontz 



Adrienne Lai 

Kym Lathrop 

Ashley Lawless 

Casey Ledford 

Tiffany Lee 



I7S Freshmen 



Freshmen 




Drew Lindley 
Leah Long 
Jake LoLigey 
Rachel Lukas 
Brett Ly brand 



Sarah Lynch 
Megan Markham 
Joanna Matthy 
Randy Mauldin 
Melissa McConnell 



Samuel McCracken 
Aimee McLean 
Daniel Miller 
Kari Moffatt 
Tia Morris 



Kyle Morris 
Brandi Mueller 
Judy Mull 
Christa Musgrove 
Lindsay Norton 



Kiera Norwood 
Rebeccah Oles 
Melissa Ortega 
Jason Oxentire 
Jenny Parsons 



Freshmen 1 79 



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Sarah Rhodes 

Justin Richards 

Kimberly Riggs 

Bubba Rosembaum 



Morgan Ruddock '^;'^ 



Kenyon Rush 

Joel Saher 

Allison Schmidt 

Anna Scott 

Stephen Shuck 



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180 Freshmen 




Kaneal Shuler 
Misty Shultz 
Ryan Sigmon 
Kevin Smith 
Andrew Stapp 




Kimberly Yeaton 
April Yow 



Jacqueline Stellar 
Travis Stewart 
Shamell Sumic 
Randall Thomas 
Jennifer Tomalka 



Hillary Travers 
Kristy Trick 
Josh Tysinger 
Kou Vang 
Kristin Vaughn 



Kendall Walser 
Katie Ward 
Andrew Waters 
Brian Watson 
Gwen Watts 



Heidi Weber 

Amy Westmoreland 

Stephen Westmoreland 

Stacy Will 

Leah Williams 



Freshmen 1 S 1 I 




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«« 182Candids 




Candids 183 ^ 



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TeShondra Abner 

Casey Allen 

Linda Anstee 

Heather Bennett 

Thomas Brown 

April Chambers 

Zach Cox 

Tracy Crincoli 

Bobby Cummings 

Courtney Ellis 

Gretchen Ferris 

Edgar Foster 

Monica Goble 

Michelle Harrison 

Marcia Hefiier 

Amy Henderson 

Jennie Hernandez 

Sarah Hinsch 

Mia Johnson 

Sarah Johnson 

Jocmna Kieschnick 

Hillary Fanning 

Kim Long 

Josh Lovell 

Gabi Macon 

Jennifer McCollum 

Michelle McConnell 

Katie McKinnon 

Natalie Orth 

Meredith Osborne 

Michelle Pack 

Divya Patel 

Stephen Priestley 

Tim Rush 

Stirling Schley 

Robin Settlemyre 

Renee Smith 

Ben Stewart 

Andy Strock 

Luis Velez 

Brandy Wellmon 

Uzma Zakai 



Who 's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities 



The students who have been chosen as Who's Who for Lenoir-Rhym 
College are seniors who have been nominated by their peers as stellai 
students and members of the Lenoir-Rhyne community. These students 
display such qualities as leadership, a strong will to succeed, and a desire 
to better themselves in everything that they do. They are also students whc 
serve their community through volunteer work and excel academically 




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Best Ail-Around Female 
Amy Henderson 

Amy is a senior Honors Biology major from 
Hendersonville, North Carolina. She is actively 
involved in Campus Activities Board and has 
served as President of Habitat for Humanity 
for the past two years. She is also involved in 
Pathways and volunteers her time to work at 
the Habitat for Humanity store in Hickory. 
Amy received the Community Service Award 
for her work with Habitat during her time here 
at L-R. She was nominated and listed as one of 
the students in "Who 's Who of American 
Colleges and Universities. " Amy was also a 
nominee for the 2000 Homecoming Court and 
helped restart the Outdoor Adventure Club on 
campus. Amy has also been active in Prologue 
for 3 years as a Prologue leader. 




Best Ail-Around Male 
Josh Lovell 

Josh is a senior Sports Management major 
from Lexington, North Carolina. He is actively 
involved in Campus Activities Board, C.A.B. 
representative on Student Government 
Association, and the team Manager for the 
Men's Basketball team. He was nominated 
and listed as one of the students in "Who 's 
Who of American Colleges and Universities. " 
Josh was also crowned Homecoming King 
2000 and served as Student Government Chief 
Justice for the 1999-2000 academic year. He 
is was also a Prologue leader, and served as 
one of the three Orientation Coordinators this 
year for Prologue. 



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Academics of 
Lenoir-Rhyne 



The excellent reputation of Lenoir-Rhyne is based greatly on 
its faculty and style of teaching that makes graduates of L-R 
so sought after. The diverse liberal arts education and the vast 
resources make Lenoir-Rhyne stand out above everyone 
else. Seventy-two percent of our faculty have Ph.D's and our 
student to faculty ratio is 11:1. Lenoir-Rhyne offers sixty 
majors in the liberal arts, sciences, and pre-professional 
programs. Almost 1,500 students are currenUy enrolled at 
Lenoir-Rhyne, each of whom brings a diverse and important 
view to the L-R experience. 

Lenoir-Rhyne is an excellent resource of knowledge and 
learning outside of the classroom as well. We offer various 
special programs such as the Honors Program, Study Abroad, 
Internships, Semesters in Washington, D.C., the Broyhill 
Institute for Business Leadership, Center for Theology, the 
Lineberger Center and English as a Second Language, Hearing 
impaired Student Support Services, and Advising and 
Academic Service Center. Many different academic honors 
societies are present on campus such as Phi Beta Lambda and 
Kappa Delta Pi. There are many different programs at 
Lenoir-Rhyne that help students broaden their horizon 
academically and add to their classroom experience. 



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Above: Dr. Carol Osteyee 
speaks to students in her class. 

Left: Katie Redden, Tiffani 
Menze. Prof. William Mauney. 
Dr. Rand Brandes, Bryan 
Fleming, Adam Stewart, and 
Katie Cartwright show their 
project during a Broyhill 
weekend. 



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President 
Ryan LaHurd 




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"Our culture loves speed and seduces us to be and do 
faster. A ten-second wait to connect to an internet site 
halfway around the globe seems excessively long. 
What a great respite a yearbook offers us! It permits 
us the leisure to review a year: to recall what we have 
learned, seen, and experienced; to relive our precious 
interactions with friends; to measure our growth and 
development; to regret things lost and left undone. 
The HACAWA also reminds us that we are a part of 
something much bigger than ourselves which stretches 
back 1 1 years and connects thousands who share 
with us the privilege of being a part of Lenoir- Rhyne 



College. 



-President LaHurd 



A Brief Bio... 

Dr. Ryan LaHurd came to Lenoir-Rhyne in 1994 as the 
college's lOth president. He previously serx'ed as vice 
president for academic affairs and dean of the college 
at Augsburg College in Minneapolis since 1985. Prior 
to that appointment, he was associate professor of 
English and chair of the department at Thiel College. 
Greenville, Pa. from 1977 to 1985 and assistant 
professor of English and Chair of the Department at 
Allentown College, in Center Valley, 1973-77. He has 
also completed post-doctoral study at Rennselaer 
Polytechnic Institute and the Institute for Educational 
Management at Harvard University. 

He has been a frequent speaker cmd writer on issues 
related to politics, history and culture of the Middle 
East cmd has received three Fulbright Fellowships, 
including one in Yemen cmd one in Syria. He is a 
Rotarian and is a member of the Board of Division for 
Higher Education and Schools for the Evangelical 
Lutheran Church in America. He has also ser\>ed as 
president of the Association of Lutherans of Arab and 
Middle Eastern Heritage of the ELCA. He is a Director 
of the Luthercm Theological Seminary in Gettysburg, 
Pa. and publication editor of the Study Commission on 
Issues of Peace and War for the Luthercm Church in 
America. 



Presidents Cabinet 




Cabinet Members 

Ryan LaHurd, President 

Anita Johnson Gwin, VP and Dean of Student Affairs 

Wayne Powell, VP and Dean of Academic Affairs 

Skip Duhlstine, VP for Finance and Administration 

Teri Lemons, VP for Institutional Advancement 

Jane Jenkins, Athletic Director 

Jeremy Fisher, Director of Institutional Research 

Rachel Nichols, Director of Admissions and Financial Aid 

Larry Yoder, President of the Faculty Assembly 

Andrew Weisner Campus Pastor 



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Lenoir-Rhyne says 
farewell... 



Years ago when I first heard that Clarence 
I ugh was coming back to Lenoir-Rhyne to 
ork, one of my first thoughts was to wonder 
iw in the world the college had been so lucky 
< lure him back fi'om another promising career 
\ the business world. Now, as he prepares to 
'tire, I can think almost the scmie thing, but in 
mother tense - how lucky the college has been 
> have had Clarence Pugh here during all 
ese past years. Clarence's sincere love for 
this institution and its people has been obvious 
in his loyalty and dedication over the years, as 
he has been one of the most outstanding 'friend 
raisers " this college has ever known. After all 
the hard work he certainly desen'es to retire, 
but we will look forward to his continued 
involvement here at LRC. " 

-J.C. Epting 




"To the thousands of alumni, parents, friends, church and business leaders, 
faculty, staff, and students who have witnessed Clarence Pugh 's dedicated 
sen'ice and commitment to Lenoir-Rhyne College through the years, he is 
the ultimate Joe Bear " 

-Eric Childers '95 

Director of Marketing 



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Clarence Piigh is a Lenoir-Rhyne treasure. 
When I entered as a freshman he was the 
president of the student body. When I returned 
as cliaplain he was the director of alumni 
affairs. He has ser\'ed Lenoir-Rhyne faithfidly 
and sincerely since he entered in 1958, either 
as a student, an alumnus, or as a member of 
the staff. No other person during the second 
half of the twentieth century has had the 
personality, the energy, the zeal, and the 
dedication to meet the public on behalf of the 
college. Clarence Pugh is absolutely unique. 
He is genuine and genuinely enthusiastic 
about Lenoir-Rhyne. People in the Hickory 
comnnmity, men aiui women of the alumni, 
cmd people of the North Carolina Synod 
Lutherans love him and trust him. Countless 
instances of good will and generosit}' toward 
the college have come directly on account of 
his sincere good efforts. He is. in that sense, 
irreplaceable. 

Dr. Larry Yoder, 
Department Chair, 
Department of Religion 
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Fulbright Scholar on Campus 

This fall. Lenoir-Rhyne hosted one of six European Fulbright Scholars 
in the United States. Dr. Igor Casu, a professor of History, was named 
Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence for the fall semester. From the Republic 
of Moldova, Dr. Casu is on the faculty of Moldova State University and 
has worked with the UNESCO chair of South East European Studies. He 
has lectured extensively on contemporary world history and has taught 
a master-course entitled "The Balkans in the Twentieth Century," which 
the college offered to students through the history department. He also 
presented a series of independent foreign films for the community. 



Education program ranks high 
statewide 

The teacher education program here at Lenoir-Rhyne 
received excellent rankings in a report done by the 1999- 
2000N.C.PubHc Schools' Institutions of Higher Education. 
L-R's program quality score of 125 places it near the 
exemplary level that begins at 135 and is an improvement 
over the 115 the college earned in April 2000. L-R's 
excellent score was higher than those of Wake Forest 
University, Davidson College, NC State University, Elon 
College, Gardner-Webb University, Belmont Abbey 
College, Salem College and others in the state. 



Occupational 

Therapy students 

score high on exam 

95% of OT graduates in May 2000 
passed the National Board for 
Certification in Occupational 
Therapy. The average score of the 
class was 1 1 points higher than the 
average of all who took the exam. 
Also, 100% of OT graduates who 
sought jobs after graduation found 
them. 




L-R is home to 3 Fulbright Scholars, President 
Ryan LaHurd, Dr. Rand Brandes, and Dr. John 
Cheek. Dr. Cheek will be teaching 2 courses 
on 20th Century American Music at Yerevan 
State Conservatory (Armenia) this year from 
March until August. 




Dr. Karen Dill, professor 
of Psychology, recently 
published an article 
about the effects of 
video game violence. 
She recently had 
interviews with Time 
Magazine, USA Today, 
the London Obsen>er, CBS, ABC, and BBC. 
She recently represented Lenoir-Rhyne and the 
American Psychological Asscociation when 
she presented her research to Congress. 
Congratulations to Dr. Dill for all of her 



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Business students win national awards 

This past summer at the 49th Annual Leadership Conference in Long Beach, CA, L-R 
representatives won national awards in two competitive categories. Matt Davis, Kenneth 
Padgett and Diana Parker debated their way to a third-place finish in the Emerging 
Business Issues category. Davis also took sixth place in the Web-site Design category. 
In addition to the student awards, L-R business professor Sarah Wallace was recognized 
as National Local Chapter Adviser of the Year. And Dr. Robert Simmons, chairman of 
the L-R Business Department, received the Outstanding Adviser Services award for 35 
years of service as a local Phi Beta Lambda chapter adviser. L-R*s Zeta Alpha Omicron 
chapter is recognized as one of the top Phi Beta Lambda chapters in the nation for its 
American Enterprise, Community Service, and Partnership with Business projects. The 
chapter has garnered awards in state and national competitions for 24 years. 




Biology Students Receieve Honors 

All six senior biology majors participating in the Biology Honors Program at L-R won awards for their 
research papers at the N.C. Collegiate Academy of Science (NCAS) meeting held at N.C. State University. 
L-R students won four of eight first place awards, and two won third place awards. The awards went to: 
Steven Peeler, winner of the Derieux V Place Award in Biochemistry and Physiology; Jerry Aldridge. 
winner of the Derieux L' Place Award in Biotechnology; Yuliya Annas, winner of the Derieux L' Place 
Award in Health Sciences; Carrie Elzie, winner of the Derieux L' Place Award in Zoology I. Ashley Collins, 
winner of the Derieux 3''' Place Award in Health Sciences; Elizabeth Hardman, winner of the Derieux 3''' 
Place Award in Ecology. Congratulations to all 6 of these L-R 2000 graduates on their success! 



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L-R Students Study Abroad 



Study abroad is a life-changing experience that is possible for every student attending Lenoir-Rhyne College. Adapting 
to a foreign culture first hand allows students to develop an entirely new perspective about themselves and the world arounc 
them. Expanding horizons with a semester or year abroad demonstrates a sense of adventure, curiosity, and flexibility or 
the student" s part, enhances communication and inter-personal skills, lends distinction to resumes, and attracts the attentior 
of potential employers, regardless of the student's major.Lenoir-Rhyne offers 10 principle options of study in othei 
countries, but can also anange for a student to study abroad at the educational institution and country of their choice. The 
principle options are: Summer sessions in Ecuador, Central College in the students choice of Austria, Great Britain, France 
Mexico, the Netherlands, or Spain, Beaver College in the students choice of United Kingdom. Australia. Austria, Ireland, 
Greece or Mexico. Institute of American Universities in France, Millersville University at Marburg University in Germany 
University of Evansville's Harlaxton College program. Bretton-Hall College, University of Leeds in England, Moscow 
University in Russia. Wake Forest University/SASASAAS. Not all of the study abroad experience is learned in the 
classroom, much of the experiences most remembered by students who have studied abroad learn about the countries 
culture and gain personal knowledge about themselves and the world around them. 




Above: Laura Hurting enjoys a 
day out in Australia witii iier 
friends down under! 

Right: Bryan Fleming enjoys a 
niiiht out ni France with a friend. 



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slow: Kristin Knight gets a 
eat taste of Spain with a friend 
a street cafe. 




Above: Leigh Chandler enjoys a short 
time in England before getting hack to 
her studies in Spain. 



Spring 2000 

Amanda Boliek, France 

Lauren Brimner, Austria 

Ryan Erikson, United Kingdom 

Bryan Fleming, France 

Joanna Kieschnick, Austria 

Kristin Knight, Spain 
Sarah Millwood, Netherlands 

Tom Segura, Spain 
Wendy Wilcox, United Kingdom 

Summer 2000 

Veneta Alexieva, Spain 

Leigh Chandler, Spain 

Bryan Fleming, Germany 

Amx Walls, Spain 

Fall 2000 

Laura Cooper, Harlaxton 

Laura Harting, Australia 

Man' Miller, Harlaxton 

Katie Thompson, Harlaxton 

Spring 2001 

Ashley Abee, Spain 

Eric Benson, London 

Lindsay Bertram, London 

Katie Ccwtwright, Spain 

Daniel Clover, Scotland 

Erin Coulter, Harlaxton 

Sarah Del Aguila, Australia 

Samantha Erbaugh, Austria 

Kelley Gujfey, France 

Alicia Hainsworth, Wales 

Mary Hining, London 

Nathan Johnson, Italy 

Kristin Kriedt, Scotland 

Brendan Malanga, Wales 

Elise Mayes, Wales 

Samuel Plonk, Spain 

Tarl Sokolitsky, Netherlands 

Rachel Strickert, France 




Economics & Political Science 

Joseph Mancos. Jeffrey Wright, Lowell Ashman {Department Chair), William Mauney 




Music 

Daniel Kiser (Department Chair), Chris Nigrelli, Amalie Hinson, Paul Weber, Rick Cline 



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Business 

Front Row: Pcmi Deal, Dale King. Woyne King, Sarah Wallace 
Back Row: Robert Siniiiums. Patty Wike, Toiti Schuster, Ted Reingold, Kris Parsons, 

Jerald Gober (Department Chair) 



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Doug Burton & Robert Winter (Department Cliair, 



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Psychology & Sociology 



Seated: Dr. Jody Dill, Mai-y Ann Massoglia, Dr. Xiaoqiu Wu, Dr. Karen Dill 
Standing: Dr. David Ludwig (Dept. Chair), Dr. Walter Murphy, Dr. Bennett Judkins 




Chemistry 

Dr. George Max (Dept. Chair) & Howard Craig 



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Biology 

Seated: Dr. Cynthia Rivera-Hartzog, Dr. John Bisbee. Dr. Kara} McDougal 
Standing: Dr. Marsha Fanning (Dept. Chair), Dr. Rebecca Tart, Dr. Dale Burnside, Thomas Huss 

Back Row: Dr. Stephen Scott & Dr. Paul Lutz 





Mathematics 

Lloyd Coffey- Dr. Vicki Schell (Dept. Chair). Dr. Jeannie Hollar. Dr. Ron Butler 



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History 

Seated: Dr. Igor Casii, Dr. Carolyn Hiijf(Dept. Chair), Dr. Jeffrey Maiick 
Standing: Dr. Russell Benton & John Fogarty 




Computing Sciences 

Dick Hull Dr. Gail Miles (Dept. Chair), Jennifer Michaels 



*il 200 Faculty 




Education & Counseling 

Eliza Dean, Dr. Gail Summer, Sue Goldstein, Dr. Carol Osteyee, Shirley Huffman. Dr. Jim Lichten.stein, Dr. 
Kathy Whitesell (Dept. Chair). Martha Rhyne-Winkler, Arcy Reynolds, Amy Wood 




English 

Dr. Rose Mahan, Kermit Turner, Dr. Paul Beidler, Dr. Tony Perrello, Ron Mahan, 
Dr. Barbara Henna)} (Dept. Chair), Rcnul Brandes 



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Healthful Living 



Seated: Joe Smith, Robert "B.C. " Charles-Liscombe, Jes.sica Benton 
Standing: Mike McGee, Kalherine Paysour, Sue Stajfidi 




Communication & Theatre 

Dr. Stephen Bird. Kara Presnel. Dave McManus, Joe Sturgeon, Dr. William Richter 



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Occupational Therapy 

Toiii Oakes, Amy Markey, Sally Jackson. Kim Saliler, Susan Sahler. Cathy Ogden. & Dawn Eckaid 




Nursing 

Lisa Barger, Ruth Wilmington, Maiy Jo Danner. Kerry Thompson. Betty Parker. Judy Hilton. Linda Reece, 

Kathx Collins, & Sxlvia Bradshaw 



Faculty 203 *)|( 




Religion & Philosophy 



Seated: Dr. Richard Von Dohleii, Dr. David Ratke 
Standing: Dr. Phil Blosser. Dr. Lariy Yoder, Dr. Rufus Moretz (Dept. Chair) 









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Modem and Classical Languages 

Seated: Dr. Artiiro Ortiz. Dr. Eric Schramm 

Standing: Dr. John Blakey, Dr. Bohdan Kuropas, Dr. Werner Schulz 

Dr. Robert Eckard {Dept. Chair) 



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Earth Science & Physics 



Dr. Richard Mazcik. Helen Brings, Dr. Forest Reniiick (Dept. Chair, 



Faculty Facts 



72% of full-time faculty hold Ph.Ds 

Student- Faculty ratio is 10:1 

26 professors currently here graduated from Lenoir-Rhyne 

There are 101 full-time faculty and 64 part-time faculty 

'It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy 
in creative expression and knowledge '' 



-Albert Einstein 



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Maintanance & Groiindskeeping: Allen Bowman. Robert Sharpe. Jim Smith. Shawn Combs, Joey Greene. 
Jocly Bolick. Ernie Yawn. Jerry Bowman. Cindy Good?nan. Chris Riddle, Derek McClain. Ed Matthews, 
Maggie Long, Debbie Black, Hilda Bnmgardner (Secretary), Otis Pitts (Dir. of Physical Plant) 




Housekeeping: Frances Woody, Joyce Willi.x, Teriy Ccmtor, Robin Piircelle, Mattie Stuart, Herb Bridges. 
Joyce Ware (Supenisor), Will Wilder, Vernon Baily, Elwood Hairston, Phil Wendling (Dir. of 
Housekeeping) 



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Staff of Lenoir-Rhyne 




Julia Allen 
Jean Beaver 
Carla Canipe 
Danyll Corpening 
Pamela Deal 



J.C. Epting 
Sherri Erikson 
Donna Fletcher 
Scott Forthofer 
Leonard Geddes 



Anita Johnson Gwin 
Bmce Hayden 
Beverly Hefner 
Sara Hotchkiss 
Donavon Kirby 



Lynda Kirby 
Lisa Lemus 
Dr. Wayne Powell 
Clarence Pugh 
Bill Seamen 



Linda Suggs 

Fran Thomas 

Rev. Andrew Weisner 

Me2 Williams, R.N. 



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Special Thanks... 



...to my family and friends for their guidance 

and support throughout the year 

...to Amber, for showing me the ropes last year 

...to Becky Sharpe, Dean Anita, Jeremy Fisher, 

Michael MacEachem, and all other staff 

members who helped with information for this 

year's book. 

...to Katie, Melissa, Doug, and Bryan for your 

help this year 

...to the advisors, Jim Lichtenstein and Julia 

Allen for their support. 



It's been a busy and hectic, yet awesome year 
working on the HACAWA. I could have never gotten 
through any of it without the help and support of my 
family and friends. Mom and Dad, who both put up 
with me constantly whining and wanting advice. 
Katie and Melissa, who always had to listen to my 
last minute ideas whenever they popped into my 
head, even if it was 1 a.m. Mariah, even though 
you're in Boston, you always seemed to be here 
when I needed to talk through the latest yearbook 
crisis. Bill, you 've been such a great support this 
whole year with evety thing and anything that I've 
needed, whether it was moral support or help late at 
night putting together layouts. Thanks to everyone 
who has helped in every different way this year in 
putting this book together. I hope you enjoy it as 
much as I enjoyed editing it. -Colleen- 



1. Me in Wisconsin finding the perfect Christmas tree! 2. Me and Bill on our trip to 
West Virginia 3. Me, Melissa, and Katie 4. Me and mom at Quincy's after her award 
from Newberry College. 



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1. When you don 't know anything else to do, improvise. 

?. ALWAYS fdl out the ladder in pencil. 

?. Learn to moan effectively. 

i. When worst comes to worst, blame the company. 

). Have a bottle of Aleve handy for headache #1 which lasts all year. 

5. Don y get upset at the first thing that goes wrong (its ok after the 30th) 

7. Always have graham crackers handy. 

S. Instead of falling asleep at 4 a.m., learn to laugh yourself awake. 

?. Be imaginative enough to add 20 extra lines of body when there's nothing to say. 

10. Have the courage to strike out those lines that have been so painstakingly written. 

U. The morning after the weekend deadline, refrain from murder when someone says, 

"/ wish you wouldn V worry so much about rules and do the book the way we want it. " 

12. When your name is being called from 12 directions the day before deadline and 
wuve asked all along if anyone had any questions, and no one had any, count to JO 
2nd screcun. 

13. Have the ability to write the past before it happens so that in the future it will be 
'he past. 



I. Where I got my political start! 2. My sister Elise and I in Wisconsin 



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77?^ 2007 /MCAW4 is happy to present to you 
twenty-two members of your student body with 
bios and information about them. They offer a 
brief glimpse of the diversity and uniqueness that 
makes Lenoir-Rhyne so appealing. They are from 
different states, different family backgrounds, 
and different faith backgrounds, but they all add 
something different to make the L-R community 
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Erin Coulter 

HMM Birthday: May 26, 1981 

Hometown: Vale, NC 

Class: Sophomore 

Major: Mathematics 

Favorite Cartoon: Johnny Bravo 

Memorable Moment: The day I tripped my 
roommate in the Cafeteria. 

Greatest Accomplishment: Running Cross-Countr 
in college 

Quote: "A woman is like a tea bag, you never 
know how strong she is until she gets into hot 
water. " -Eleanor Roosevelt 



Katie Kaminska 



Birthday: September 11, 1981 



Hometown: Piedmont, SC 



Class: Sophomore 

Major: Occupational Therapy 

Dream Job: Major League Umpire 

Favorite Cartoon: Scooby Doo 

Embarassing Moment: The day 1 fell in the 
Cafeteria and spilled my tray everywhere. 



Quote: "Nothing was ever achieved without 
enthusiasm. " -Emerson 




Joseph Favero 

Birthday: September 5, 1978 

Hometown: Collinsville, VA 

Class: Senior 

Major: Physical Education 

Favorite Cartoon: Ducktails 

Memorable Moment: Going to Europe with the 
Soccer team. 

Dream Job: Living like Jimmy Buffett 

Quote: "Two tears in a bucket... " 





Gabrielle Macon 



Birthday: October 22, 1979 
Hometown: Fayetteville, NC 



Class: Senior 



Major: Political Science & German 

Favorite Cartoon: Pinky & the Brain 

Memorable Moment: Reuniting with my family 
at the airport after being away for 5 weeks and 
speaking nothing but German. 



Greatest Accomplishment: Truman Scholarship 
Nominee 

Quote: "We are what we repeatedly do, excel- 
lence then is not an act but a habit. " -Aristotle 

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Robener Phillips 

Birthday: November 7, 1979 

Hometown: Germantown, MD 

Class: Senior 

Major: Pre-Medical Science 

Dream Job: Physician's Assistant specializing in 
Obstetrics 

Favorite Cartoon: Scooby Doo 

Greatest Accomplishment: Will be to graduate 
from College 

Quote: "I'm mad at that!" 



Eric Benson 

Birthday: July 11, 1981 

Hometown: Reynoldsburg, OH 

Class: Sophomore 

Major: Biology/Pre-Medical Science 

Dream Job: Anesthesiologist 

Favorite Cartoon: Wile E. Coyote & the Road 
Runner 

Embarassing Moment: Running around campus 
in my underwear 

Quote: 




Amy Henderson 

Birthday: February 7, 1979 

Hometown: Hendersonville, NC 

Class: Senior 

Major: Biology 

Memorable Moment: Surfing off the Gower 
Peninsula in Great Britain 

Embarassing Moment: The day I was walking 
in Paris and a bird pooped on my head. 

Quote: "...and the end of all our exploring 
will be to arrive where we started and know 
the place for the first time. " -T.S. Eliot 





Andrea 'Andi" Penley 

Birthday: November 30, 1979 

Hometown: Candler, NC 

Class: Junior 

Major: Elementary Education 

Memorable Moment: Winning the state cham- 
pionship in Softball in high school and win- 
ning the S.A.C Conference Championship 
Tournament and being co-champions in the 
regular season. 

Quote: "/ can do all things through Christ 
who strengtheneth me. " -Phillipians 4:13 




Stephen Priestley 

Birthday: January 3, 1980 

Hometown: Havertown, PA 

Class: Senior 

Major: Accounting 

Memorable Moment: Jumping off the Rhyne 
building stairs after accepting my TKE bid. 

Embarassing Moment: Falling off the TKE 
house deck. 

Favorite Cartoon: Scooby Doo 

Quote: "If it doesn 't matter whether we win or 
lose, then why are we keeping score?" 



Jennie Hernandez 

Birthday: May 9, 1979 

Hometown: Miami, FL 

Class: Senior 

Major: Nursing 

Dream Job: Hispanic Healthcare coordinator 
at a big hospital 

Memorable Moment: Accepting my Sigma 
Kappa bid. 

Quote: "See the invisible, feel the intangible, 
strive for the impossible" -Anonymous 




Kris Litman 



Birthday: July 17, 1980 
Hometown: Belpre, OH 
Class: Sophomore 
Major: Music 



Dream Job: Admissions Ambassador 



Favorite Cartoon: The Simpsons 

Memorable Moment: Pledging Fi Kappa Phi 

Quote: "Dissatisfaction and discouragement 
are not caused by the absence of things but 
the absence of vision. " 





Brandy Wellmon 

Birthday: June 7, 1979 

Hometown: Lawndale, NC 

Class: Senior 

Major: Sports Medicine & Physicians Asst. 

Memorable Moment: Becoming a sister ofZeta 
Tau Alpha 

Greatest Influence: My mom 

Favorite Cartoon: He-Man & Scooby Doo 

Quote: "Great spirits have always encountered 
violent opposition from mediocre minds. " 
-Albert Einstein 

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Jeffrey Eudy 



Ashley Dinney 



Birthday: October 21, 1981 



Hometown: Irmo, SC 



Class: Sophomore 



Major: Human & Community Services 

Greatest Influence: Jimmy Buffett 

Embarassing Moment: Falling off my bunk 
and breaking through my room window. 



Quote: ''You can 't always get what you want, 
but if you try sometimes, you just might find 
that you get what you need. " -The Rolling 
Stones 



Birthday: April 29, 1979 



Hometown: Statesville, NC 



Class: Senior 



Major: Chemistiy/Pre-Pharmacy 

Memorable Moment: Becoming a Christian 

Dream Job: Professional Basketball or Tennis 
Player 

Favorite Cartoon: Scooby Doo 

Quote: "Don 't be conceited, you may be better 
than others, but God is always above you. " 



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AASC - "Ask" - Advising/ Academic Services Center - Located 
on the second floor of the library 

Bear's Lair - Snack bar located on the lower level of the Cromer 
Center. 

CAB - Campus Activities Board. A student organization that 
plans events and activities for the campus. 

Caf - The College cafeteria, located on the main level of the 
Cromer Center. 

Cantos - Literary publication produced by the Literary Society. 
All students may contribute poems, stories, artwork, etc. 

Cave (The Cave) - SGA offices and student recreation room on 
the lower level of the Cromer Center. 

Centrum (Belk Centrum) - Small auditorium in the Rhyne Building. 
It is located on the College Drive side of Rhyne across from Fritz- 
Conrad Residence Hall. 

Chapel - Religious services held each Wednesday at 1 0:00 am. No 
other meetings or events should be scheduled during this time. 

Convo (Convocation) - A series of lectures, fine aits presentations, 
and events offered to the college community. All full-time day 
students are required to attend Opening Convo, Honor's Convo, 
and four other convos of their choice during each academic year. 

Cromer (Cromer Center) - LRC Student Center. It contains the 
cafeteria, Security Services, Student Affairs offices, the Bear's 
Lair, the bookstore, the post office, the Information Center, the 
Cave, and several meeting rooms. 

Cub - LRC student handbook. 

Eucharist - Communion service offered to students on Thursday 
evenings at 10:00pm in the Cromer Center. 

"Fair Star of Caroline" - LRC alma mater. 

Fritz-Conrad - Upper-class residence hall housing men on the first 
floors of each building and women on the upper two floors. Each 
of the four upper floors houses one of the College's four sororities. 

GEN 110 - First-year experience course. It is a graduation 
requirement for all freshmen and freshman transfer students 
(transfers with less than 28 earned hours). 



HACAWA 
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LRC yearbook (stands for "Halls, Campus, and 



Homecoming - Weeklong series of events during the Fail semester 
which culminates in a Homecoming parade and the election of a 
Homecoming King and Queen. Reunions and other special alumni 
events take place over Homecoming Weekend. This year's 
Homecoming is the week of October 15. their IDs available at all 
times. 



Ike - Isenhour Residence Hall. 

Intramurals - College-sponsored athletics open to all students, ' 

Joe Bear and Josie Bear - LRC mascots. 

Lenoir-Rhynean - LRC student newspaper - published weekly by and for 
students. 

Mauney-Schaeffer - Upper class co-ed residence hall. Men live in 
Mauney and women live in Schaeffer. These two buildings are connected 
by a breezeway. 

Midnight Breakfast - Breakfast served to students on the Friday night 
during final exams. All food is prepared and served by faculty and staff 
members. 

Morgan - Freshmen residence hall 

Price Village - Upper-class co-ed residence area. 

Prologue - Freshmen orientation - takes place the weekend before classes 
begin. 

Quad - Grassy area encompassed by the Rudisill Library, the Minges 
Building, the Rhyne Building, the Lineberger Building, and Mauney- 
Schaeffer Residence Hall. It is the main entrance to the college. 

Reading Days - Study days during final exam period. 

Resident Advisors (RAs) - Upper-class students employed by the college 
to provide on-site assistance and supervision of individual residence halls 
and uruts. 

Residence Directors (RDs) - Professional members of the Residence Life 
staff. Each residence area has an RD who lives on-site and provides 
supervision, support, and assistance to the RASs and residents. 

SGA - Student Government Association - Student-run campus governing 
body. 

Shaw Plaza - Concrete area located in front of the Cromer Center. 

Spring Fling - Weeklong series of entertainment and activities for 
students sponsored by CAB. 

St. Andrew's - Lutheran church affiliated with the college located across 
from the Quad. The college uses St. Andrew's for some of its activities. 

Tree Lighting - Occurs in the Quad area in front of the Rhyne Building 
following the A Cappella choir's Christmas concert. The Freshman class 
is responsible for placing luminaries on the path from St. Andrew's to the 
Rhyne Building. 

www.lrc.edu - Lenoir-Rhyne's web site 



Meet A Bear 219 




Bret Johnson 

Birthday: November 2, 1979 
Hometown: Sterling, VA 
Class: Junior 

wmmm 

mliiiliMI Major: Graphic Design 

Embarassing Moment: Calling someone the 
wrong name for 3 weeks 

Dream Job: Football Player 

Favorite Cartoon: G.L Joe 

Quote: "I am saved by grace through faith. " 



David Porter 

Birtliday: September 27, 1979 

Hometown: Taylorsville, NC 

Class: Senior 

Major: Mathematics 

Greatest Influence: My older brother and Dr 
Mazak 

Embarassing Moment: Falling off the base- 
ball mound at Catawba. 

Quote: "5 P\s: Proper Planning Prevents 
Poor Performance. " 




Meghan Jolly 

Birthday: August 30, 1980 

Hometown: San Antonio, TX 

Class: Junior 

Major: Business Administration 

Greatest Accomplishment: Playing in the NCAA 
Div. 2 Golf Championships and placing 8th 

Embarassing Moment: Streaking 3rd Fritz on my 
20th birthday 

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Quote: "Believe in yourself. You gain strength, 

courage, and confidence by everyday experiences 

in which you stop to look fear in the face. ..You 

must do that which you think you cannot do. " 

-Eleanor Roosevelt 





Bryan Fleming 

Birthday: April 10, 1980 

Hometown: Belmont, NC 

Class: Junior 

Major: French & International Songs 

Memorable Moment: Last semester living in 
France 

Dream Job: One that would let me travel all 
over the world 

Quote: "This is the sort of English up with 
which I will not put. " -Sir Winston Churchill 



Aaron, Samantha Dawn. 211 4th St SW. Conover, NC 

Abee. Ashley N . 218 Chigger Ridge Road, Taylorsville, NC 

Abemathy, Angela H, 5233 Oxford School Road. Claremont. NC 

Abemethy, Donna Graham, 1234 Knolls Drive, Newton, NC 

Abemethy, Elizabeth Shuford. 1461 6th Street Circle NW, Hickory, NC 

Abemethy, Katie Susanna, 136 Stoneybrook Road. Salisbury, NC 

Absher, Jaime Lynn, 3328 Eastway Avenue, Morganton, NC 

Adams, Whitney Jean, 330 Concordia Church Road, China Grove, NC 

Adkins, Darrell Ray, 2563 Goble Road, Hiddenite, NC 

Aldridge, Kelly Ann, 535 Boxwood Street, Hudson, NC 

Alfors. Suzanne Marie, 117 Rocky Trail Court, Fort Mill, SC 

Allen, Carol Gail, 8430 Hwy 52, Rockwell. NC 

Allen, Nicole Lynn, 1928 Emerson Court, Connelly Springs, NC 

Allen, Robert John, 332 Beechnut St. Lincolnton. NC 

Allison, Airon lesha, 306 Harold Goodman Circle, Concord, NC 

Alves, Nicole, 8652 Tuttle Road, Springfield, VA 

Amos, Jennifer E, 1726 Shore Acres Boulevard NE, St. Ptrsbg, PL 

Anderson, Amber Lyne, 3827 Sarasota Drive, Fayetteville, NC 

Anderson, Julie , 4360 Lot 27 Clingstone Lane, Granite Falls, NC 

Anderson, Mary Colleen, 1409 Dobson, Evanston, IL 

Andrzejewski, Kelly Ann, 63 Laura Court, Cheektowaga, NY 

Annas, Jeffrey Lynn, 5417 Valley Run Street, Hickory, NC 

Anstee, Linda Jean, 1 167 Jenkins Road, Clyde, NY 

Amey, Robin B, 5382 Miller Mill Road, Hickory, NC 

Arrington, Stephenie Michelle, P O Box 1072, Granite Falls, NC 

Arthur, James Robert, 2143 Fifth Street, Middletown. VA 

Ashby. Sharon Denise. 2261 38th Ave NE, Hickory, NC 

Ashby, William J, 913 8th Street NE, Hickory, NC 

Austin, Cindy Suzanne, 1209 5th St NE Apt 250. Hickory. NC 

Austin. Lydia April, 265 Hillsboro Road, Taylorsville. NC 

Austin. Sarah Beth. 6416 Copperhead Ct. Waldorf. MD 

Austin. Wayne King. 4662 Blue Ridge Blvd. Morganton. NC 

Autrey. Shana Renee. PO Box 443. Rutherford College. NC 

Averett. Michael William, 3736 Crestwood Lane, Morganton, NC 

Ayotte, Monica Lynn, 107 Main Street, Watertown, CT 

Badertscher, Jerry, 1503 Indian Springs Drive NW. Conover. NC 

Bailey. Carla Renee. 1315 Tom Fox Street. Morganton. NC 

Bailey. Christopher Taurean. 1 17 Mathis Street. Jonesville, NC 

Baird. Charles Donald. 99 Emerald Point Drive. Taylorsville. NC 

Baird. Timothy Orval. 5569 Queen Victoria Court. Burke, VA 

Baker, Jeff Lyman, 905 HWY 321 NW #234, Hickory. NC 

Baker, Katherine Austin, 3108 Covewood St, High Point,NC 

Baker, Katherine L., 4287 Jefferson Place, Granite Falls, NC 

Baker, Trula L, 1866 Timber Trace, Morganton. NC 

Baldi. Salvator Goddard. 18233 Cutlass Drive. Ft. Myers Beach. FL 

Baldonado. Alfredo Ladera. 403 Brice Street. Kings Mountain. NC 

Baldwin. David Edward. 4871 Berkley Street. Morganton. NC 

Baldwin. James Bradley. 189 Quail Lane. Thomasville. NC 

Bancroft, Candice Nicole, 3910 Applegate Circle, Brandon, FL 

Banks, Alvin Michael, 2440 1st Place NW, Hickory, NC 

Banks, Erin Lee, 4641 16th St. Dr. N.E., Hickory, NC 

Barasheva, Lyuhov Dmitriyevna, 649 9TH Avenue NE, Hickory, NC 

Barcomb, Rhonda Christine, 2513 Pageland Highway, Monroe, NC 

Barfield, Tamara Nicole, 137 Horseshoe Loop, Slatesville, NC 

Barker, Michael Jeremy, 1600 Hal Clark Road, Siler City, NC 

Barlow, Keisha Nicole, 9120 Mockingbird Lane, Hickory, NC 

Barlow, Sharon Keller, 9120 Mockingbird Lane, Hickory, NC 

Barlowe, Edward Keith, 6137 Gold Creek Est Dr, Hickory, NC 

Bamhardt, Lindsay Johnston, c/o Rinehart & Associates, Charlotte, NC 

Barron, Duane Muhammad. 248 8th Avenue SE. Hickory. NC 

Bartimac, Michael Joseph. 1205 5th St NE Apt 213. Hickory. NC 

Bass. Alissa Leona. 1992 Summerfield Circle. Summerfield. NC 

Bass. Robbin Elaine. 1445 Percy Street. Newton. NC 

Bates, Vanessa T, 244 O.E. Teague Road, Taylorsville, NC 

Batista, Mark Antonia, 1 18 Pine Street, Wharton, NJ 

Bauguess, Malinda Sue, 226 Gordon Road, North Wilkesboro, NC 

Baumann, Erika Sue, 14 Willow Lane, Jericho, VT 

Baumgardner, Bethany Decker, PO Box 2322, Banner Elk, NC 

Beal, Amber Renaye, 5043 Hickory Lane, Matthews, NC 

Bean, Caroline Renee, 1838 Woodridge Circle. Hickory, NC 

Beard, Telisha Lynn, 1 170 Howard Creek Mill RD, Vale, NC 

Beatty, Christine Sears. 918 43rd Avenue Ct NE, Hickory, NC 

Beaver, Carroll Dillon, 301 Mauney Road, Lawndale, NC 

Beck, Laura Marie, 452 Goodspeed Road, Virginia Beach, VA 

Beck, Lori Angela A., 1716 Bethel Road, Morganton, NC 



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Beidler, Aphrodite, 1 102 7th Street NE, Hickory, NC 
Benge, Dawn Rebecca, PO Box 513, Wilkesboro, NC 
Bennett, Heather Lynne, 264 Rotonda Circle, Rotonda, FL 
Bentley, Rebecca Starnes, 5440 Valley Run Street, Hickory, NC 
Berkholtz. Scott William, 3276 Allegheny Drive. Marietta. GA 
Bernhardt. Richard George. P O Box 4593. Greensboro. NC 
Berry. Pamela June. 632 Wood Street. Statesville. NC 
Bertram. Lindsay Katherine. 9261 Schillton Drive. St John. IN 
Birdwell. Kara Elizabeth. 1 102 N Heritage Drive. Maryville. TN 
Black, Danielle Rashel, 1111 26th Avenue NE, Hickory, NC 
Black, David Russell, 625 32nd Avenue Drive NW, Hickory, NC 
Black, Jodi Margaret, 508 4th Ave. NE, Conover, NC 
Black, Sheena Marie, 1111 26TH Avenue NE, Hickory, NC 
Black, Thomas Charles, 255 Paradise Blvd #1, Indialantic, FL 
Black, Tiffany Parker, 208 North Ninth Avenue, Maiden, NC 
Blackburn, Douglas Bruce, PO Box 904, Cherryville, NC 
Blackwell, Kristen Michelle, 213 lA Lineberger Rd., Conover, NC 
Blackwood, Amber C, 317 Scotland Drive, Kings Mountain, NC 
Blackwood, Kay Williams, 210 8th St NE, Conover, NC 
Blake, Brandon Joseph. Route 5 Box 1014. Marion. NC 
Blake. Ryan. Michael. 9054 Cypress Street SE. Winnabow. NC 
Blakelock. Courtney. 1991 Jack Rabbit Lane. New Bern. NC 
Blankenship. Kimbcrly W. 1641 Lafayette Avenue. Hudson. NC 
Blevins. Brandi Nichole. 120 Pilgrim Circle. Statesville. NC 
Bloom, Amy Taylor. 1151 Belgrave Bend. Snellville. GA 
Blue. Shalay Octavia. 129 Old Cartway Drive, Troutman, NC 
BIythe, Tertiann Lynn, PO Box 521, Trenton, NC 
Boger, Russell Eugene, 1310 19th Avenue NE, Hickory, C 
Bohannon, Amity Brook. 6000 Carriage Oaks Drive. Charlotte. NC 
Bolick. Crystal E. 2231 Snow Creek Road NE. Hickory, NC 
Bolick, Debra Lynn, 1 19 Rosedale Drive, Lenoir, NC 
Boliek, Amanda Joy, 3138 8TH Avenue SE, Conover, NC 
Bolton-Deal, Misty Michelle, 5692 Springs Road, Conover, NC 
Bonin, Tabitha Leigh, 104 Moore Dr. Shelby. NC 
Boulanger. Jeremy N. 2100 North Brook 111 School RD. Vale. NC 
Bouldin. Donald Edward. 5551 Merle Drive, Trinity, NC 
Bowen. Bradford Kent. 135 Sunbeam Farm Road. Cherryville. NC 
Bowen. Katherine E. 344 Green Aspen Court. Millersville. MD 
Bowles. Erin Lee. 614 Oakdale Drive. Hampstead. MD 
Bowling, Marico L, 2229 Yorktown Ave Apt 601, Lynchburg, \VA 
Bowman. Blake Allen, 5932 Rink Dam Road. Taylorsville. NC 
Bowman. Gary D, 6245 Rocky Mount Road, Granite Falls, NC 
Bowman. Christen T. 2800 Wildwood Lane. Connelly Springs. NC 
Bowman. Kevin Christopher. 300 Monroe Street, Sacramento, CA 
Bowman, Kevin McLee, 1070 26TH Street NE, Hickory, NC 
Bowman, Leslie Michele, 21 10 3RD Avenue NW, Hickory. NC 
Bowman, Tabatha Watson, 338 Spruce Avenue, Hudson, NC 
Boyette, Edwin Adam, 16043 Buffaloe Road, Clayton, NC 
Bracken, Matthew Jared, 1 1 Fairway Trail, Sparta, NJ 
Brackett, Teresa Lynn, 144 Bald Mountain Road, Casar, NC 
Bradbury, Robin Elizabeth, 108 Grampian Way, Southern Pines, NC 
Bradford, Justin Charles, 3650 9TH Street Drive NE, Hickory, NC 
Bradley, Christopher Eugene, 102 Knollwood Drive, Morganton, NC 
Branch, Kimberli Dawn, 1969 US #64. Morganton. NC 
Brandes. Blake Han-is. 4627 1ST Street NW. Hickory. NC 
Branham. Jessica Nichole, 123 Chapman Road. Kings Mountain, NC 
Braswell, Haley D, 448 Macedonia Church Road, Taylorsville, NC 
Braswell, Tiffany Anneil, 2325 Apt. A 15th St.N.E., Hickory, NC 
Breen, Shaun Adoma, 1009 Cardinal Drive, Wilson, NC 
Brett, Arlene Hood, 1750 20th Ave Dr NE Apt 83, Hickory, NC 
Brewer, Phillip Joe, 4728 McCall Town Road, Granite Falls, NC 
Brewer, Shannon Marie, 1685 Whippoorwill Road, Prosperity, SC 
Bright, Robert Edward, 482 Gamer Ave, Pottstown, PA 
Bnnskelle, Fred Edward, 120 Chattleton Ct, Durham, NC 
Brittain, Michael Scott, 38 Hillside Avenue, Granite Falls, NC 
Brittain, Michelle Lee, 333 10 Ave. Dr. NE, Hickory, NC 
Brock, Christine Marie, 2376 Channing Avenue, Scotch Plains, NJ 
Brockman. David James, 525 12th Ave NE, Hickory, NC 
Broman, Tiffany N, 2832 47th Avenue South, Saint Petersburg, FL 
Brookshire, Britt Hilliard. 181 Ingram Road, Statesville, NC 
Brookshire, Kimberly A, 5373 Meadowlane Drive, Granite Falls, NC 
Brown, Alicia Diane, 406 Brown Ridge Road, North Wilkesboro, NC 
Brown, Amy Michelle, 2988 Short Drive, Lenoir, NC 
Brown, Dewayne Montez, 8410 Warren Drive, Douglasville, GA 
Brown, Elizabeth Noel, 4355 Catawba Burtis Road, Denver, NC 
Brown, Erin Lee, 1253 Gardener's Lane, Montvale, VA 



rown. Hera Olivius. 2175 14TH Asenue SW. Hickory. NC 

town, Joshua Matthew, 112 Farmgate Circle, Dallas. NC 

town, Kathryn Nicole, 316 Alston House Road. Sanford, NC 

rown, Kelly Mark, 12 Henry Avenue, Belmont, NC 

rown, Matthew Ray, 98 Maple Cove Lane, Taylorsville, NC 

rown, Robin Young, 3736 34TH Street NE, Hickory. NC 

rownell. Kathryn Nicole. 317 West Hornbeam Drive. Longwood. FL 

runer. Mei Natasha. 5918 Lee Cline Road Apt 5. Conover. NC 

runner, Lauren Marie, 1417 Red Hill Road. Dauphin, PA 

rustad, Jessica Leigh, 5500 NE 15TH Avenue. Fort Lauderdale. FL 

ruther. Shannon Leigh. 11424 Vale Spring Drive. Oakton. VA 

ryant. Leigh Ashley. 1219 Brunswick Court. Arnold. MD 

ryant. Shawn Francis, 326 Clark Street, Auburn. NY 

uff. Melissa Lynn. 1258 Highway 182, Lincolnton, NC 

aff. Richard Lee. 1258 Highway 182. Lincolnton. NC 

umgarner, Kenneth A, 6149 Clearwater Road, Granite Falls, NC 

arda. Crystal Diane, 2611 Voelkel Avenue; Apt. I, Pittsburgh, PA 

urgess, Rhonda Moy, P O Box 2513, Morganton, NC 

iirke, Amanda Marshall, 5531 Jomali Drive, Durham, NC 

urkhart, Amanda Beth, 7911 Leisure Lane, Huntersville, NC 

urks, Patrick Blake, PO Box 692, Madison Heights. VA 

urieson. Leslie Anne. 1445 4th St Dr NW Apt 68, Hickory, NC 

urns, James Russell, 128 Forest Drive, Advance, NC 

urwell. Anthony Douglas. PO Box 55, Vass, NC 

uscaglio. Ryan Samuel, 7596 Cedar Hurst Court, Lake Worth, FL 

ush, Michele Ann, 1479 Meadow Lane, Hickory, NC 

atler. Briana Lynn. 6301 Gormley Place. Springfield. VA 

atler. Mandrell Arelle. 907 East Lemon Apt C, Lakeland, FL 

ynuiii, Alexandrea Leigh, PO Box 743, Claremont, NC 

ynum. Clifford Scott. 145 14TH Avenue SE. Hickory. NC 

ain, Jessica Marie. 1 1 18 8th St. Circle. NW. Hickory. NC 

aldwell. Amanda L. 151 Caldwell Farm Lane, Statesville, NC 

aldwell, Jessica Erin, 379 16th Ave NE, Hickory, NC 

aldwell, Shelley Renae, 316 First Street NE, Hickory, NC 

all. Jason Nicholas, 507 Frontier Circle, China Grove, NC 

ameron. Shannon Cathleen, 209 Live Oak, Cape Carteret, NC 

ampbell, Israel Lynn, 96 Jackson Lane, Stony Point, NC 

ampbell, Kala Melissa, 3515 Fostall Lane, Maiden, NC 

ampbell, Robert Ray, 518 lOTH Avenue. Vero Beach. FL 

anipe. Carla Yvonne. 5403 Valley Run. Hickory, NC 

anterbury, Steven I, 4633 Granada Hills Drive, Granite Falls, NC 

jantrell. Harold Keith. 320 US Hwy 70. Rutherford College. NC 

aputo. Jarred Joseph. 3107 Sea Island Lane. Harrisburg. NC 

arlino. Phillip B. 210 South Walnut. Milford. DE 

arlson. Lynn Williams. 145 Surfside Lane. Mooresville. NC 

arlyle. Edward Cameron. 1 104 Wilkins Drive. Sanford. NC 

arman. Robert Edward. 129 Rolling Green Circle. Greenville. SC 

arpenter. Elizabeth Ross, 319 Rhyne Street. Lincolnton, NC 

arpenter, Eric Nicholas, 1665 East Cope Creek Road, Sylva, NC 

arpenter, Jennifer Susan, 1 14 Winding Way Lane, Lenoir, NC 

arpenter, Laura Thun, 4976 Longfield Street, Claremont, NC 

arroll, Byron Heath, 933 A 12th Street NE, Hickory, NC 

arroll, Connie Isenhour, 7395 Woodland Hills Road, Hickory, NC 

arroll, Jessie Colleen, 11002 Powers Avenue, Cockeysville, MD 

arswell, Christopher R, 2800 Woodstream Drive, Valdese, NC 

arswell. Kris Lanada, Post Office Box 3007, Drexel, NC 

arter. .Andrew Stephen, 1135 37th Ave Drive NE, Hickory, NC 

arter, Christopher Stephen, 3989 Shakespere Drive, Hickory, NC 

arter, Kristen Elizabeth, 3115 Timberwolf Avenue, High Point, NC 

arter. Lynzie Leigh. 1811 Visscher Drive. Elkhart. IN 

artwright. Katie Lee. PO Box 775344. Steamboat Springs. CO 

asalenuovo. Tiffani Marie, 502 Delaware Avenue, Oak Ridge, TN 

astro, Madeline Jo, 812 SE 23RD Street, Ocala, FL 

lather. Amber E. 1655 20th Ave Dr NE Apt 36, Hickory, NC 

ato, Lara Katherine, 505 South Normandy Lane, Harrison, AR 

auble, Andrew M, 160 Crowders Creek CH RD, Gastonia. NC 

ayll, Nicole Ruth, PO Box 335, Conover, NC 

ayll, Robert Lee. PO Box 335, Conover. NC 

ecile. .Angel Denise. 122 Lakewood Road, Wilkesboro, NC 

erati. Lauren Denise. 324 Sterling Drive. Winter Haven, FL 

hamhers. April Michelle. 271 1 8TH Avenue SE. Hickory, NC 

hambers, Robin Renee, P O Box 308, Lenoir, NC 

hampion, Lauren Gray, 90 Brandcrmill Road, Spartanburg. SC 

hapman. April E. 31 Chapman & Barnes Drive. Taylorsville. NC 

hapman. Ashleigh B, 250 Three Forks Road, Taylorsville, NC 

hapman, Crystall Marie, 1024 S. College Avenue. Newton, NC 

hapman, Leslie Annette, 206 Midway Park Lane, Taylorsville, NC 



Cherry. Allison Dale, 8502 \V 1 15th Street, .Oxeriand Park. KS 

Cherry. Nicholas Trent, 319 Medearis Drive, Charlotte. NC 

Chester, Dayne Omar, 149 Cedar Wood Road, Taylorsville, NC 

Childers, Brandy Gail, 478 Chapman Mill Road, Taylorsville, NC 

Childers, Casey Erin, 692 Hill River Road, Hiddenite, NC 

Childers, Jessica Elizabeth, 200 Belleview Drive, Conover, NC 

Choque, Francisca A.. 1221-D - 21st Avenue NE. Hickory. NC 

Christian. Jessica Lynn. PO Box 1306, Drexel, NC 

Cima, John Philip, 8404 Spring Meadow Road, Richmond. VA 

Cipleu. Teodora Fiorina. 2420 24TH Avenue NE. Hickory. NC 

Clark. Barbara Jean. 4201 J. A. Yount Farm Road. Conover. NC 

Clark. Cody Wayne. 729 9th Avenue NE. Hickory. NC 

Clark. Jennifer Tia. 57 Gregory Michaels Lane, Hickory, NC 

Clark, Leslie VanDyke, 102 Brandywine Dr, Conover, NC 

Clarke, Timothy Mark, 200 Seven Oaks RD Apt 6F, Durham. NC 

Clausnitzer, Loraine, 29316 Laughridge Place, Wesley Chapel, FL 

Clawson, Angela Dawn, 2170 Millie Lane, Maiden, NC 

Clements, Michael 1206 77th Street, Newport News, VA 

demons. Shannon, P. O. BOX 212. Maiden, NC 

Click, Arber Bryan, P O Box 546, Claremont, NC 

Cloer, Kendra Leigh, 1368 Cajahs MTN Road. Hudson. NC 

Cloninger Anna M, 4603 Dallas High Shoals RD, Dallas, NC 

Clontz. Erica Susanne. 6105 Wiltshire Drive. Hickory. NC 

Clontz. Jennifer Elvira. 70 Havenhurst Road, Hickory. NC 

Clontz, Jessica Elaine. 6105 Wiltshire Drive. Hickory. NC 

Clontz. Michael W, 3641 7TH Street Place NW, Hickory. NC 

Clover. Daniel Stephen. 106 Aaron Drive. Shelby. NC 

Cobb. Jade M, 6337 Friedens Church Road, Gibsonville, NC 

Cobble, Emily Beth, 617 Greenbrook Parkway. Matthews. NC 

Coble. James Anthony, 2866 Amick Road, Elon College, NC 

Coble. Victoria Elizabeth. PO Box 346. Hildebran. NC 

Cochran, Sarah Gale, 938 Bell Farm Road, Statesville, NC 

Coffey, Adam Scott, PO Box 698, Hildebran, NC 

Coffey, Allison Nicole. 1456 Abington Road. Lenoir. NC 

Coffey, Caron Elizabeth, Post Office Box 698, Hildebran, NC 

Coffey, Jamie Lynn, 2556 Brentwood Circle, Lenoir, NC 

Cogdell, Kristy Marie, 2714 Villa Woods, Granite Falls, NC 

Coggins. Cheryl L, 353 Pineville Road, Statesville, NC 

CoFe. Randal Tyler, 340 33rd Street SW, Hickory, NC 

Coleman, Kathryn Anne, 460 14th NE #8, Hickory, NC 

Collier, Mary Kathleen, 3094 Bedford Avenue, Morganton, NC 

Collins, Brian David, 232 Crossbow Court, Hopkinsville, KY 

Collins, Jan Leslie, 326A Eighth Street NW. Hickory, NC 

Collins, Katherine E, 412 W Old Post Road, Cherryville, NC 

Collins, Randa S, PO Box 776. Granite Falls. NC 

Coltrain. Landi Deane. 4600 Johnson Street. Colfax. NC 

Combs. William Forrest. 381 Holland Dnve. Statesville. NC 

Condon. Lone Daniell. 1047 12th Street NE. Hickory. NC 

Connelly. Jon Everette, 2106 Lee Cline Court, Conover, NC 

Conner, Stephanie Jane, 1412 Kirtpatrick Road, Burlington, NC 

Connor, Mary Lynn, 4048 Glen Hollow Lane NE, Hickory, NC 

Connor, Michael Eric. 2184 Angle Drive, Conover, NC 

Cook, Erin Elizabeth, 7821 Oliver Hager Road, Huntersville. NC 

Cook. Kimberly Rae, Route 2 Box 305, Pinnacle, NC 

Cook, Theressa Marie, P O Box 1302, Drexel, NC 

Cook, Todd Eric, 406 Lenoir Street. Morganton. NC 

Cooper. Laura Anne. 4803 Jennichelle Court. Fairfax. VA 

Comett. Elizabeth H. 2593 Gemstone Street. Claremont, NC 

Comwell. Kyle Edward. 2651 Fallen Oak Trail. Lincolnton. NC 

Corpening. James Darryll. PO Box 599. Troutman. NC 

Costas. Helen Kay. 206 Outrigger Drive. Kill Devil Hills. NC 

Costello. Michael D. 1838 Red Lion Drive. State College. PA 

Coulter, Erin Denise, 8818 Mull Road. Vale, NC 

Cox, Charles M, 6614 Alexander Hall Drive, Chariotte, NC 

Cox, Colleen Mary, 6016 Oakland Mills Road, Sykesville, MD 

Cox, Sarah Leigh, 4066 Quarry Estates Road, Hudson, NC 

Cox, Zachary C, 6016 Oakland Mills Road, Sykesville, MD 

Coy, Cynthia Michelle, 207 Erwin Hills Road, Asheville, NC 

Craft. Judith Elaine, 1959 I Ith St Ct NW, Hickory, NC 

Crane, Marissa Susan, 20 Timber Lane, Hanover. PA 

Crawley. Holly R, 1655 20th Avenue Drive NE #104, Hickory, NC 

Credle. Courtney E, 71 Oakridge Drive, Taylorsville, NC 

Crincoli, Tracy Anne, 239 Mountain Road, Ringoes, NJ 

Cromeenes, David Roy, 72 Palaside Drive, Concord, NC 

Crosby, Jeremy William. 735 Roby Greene Road. Boone, NC 

Crosby. Julie Marie, 751 1 Kingstonhill Court. Cincinnati, OH 

Crouse, Monica R, 5818 Sulphur Springs Road, Hiddenite. NC . , -,-,-^ 



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Cubie, James Ferguson, 6034 Powder Point Drive, Hickory, NC 
Culler, Kristi Marea, 1563 Island Ford Road, Slatesville, NC 
Cummings, Robert Edward, 120 Hiram Road, Mooresville, NC 
Cummins, James Michael, 2325 25th Ave Ct NE, Hickory, NC 
Curtis, Carole Nicole, 1707 Laurel Street NE, Valdese, NC 
Dagenhart, Nicklaus Eugene, 220 Celeste Estates, Statesville, NC 
Dahir, Shady Nidol, 1008 Cross Clay Court, Raleigh, NC 
Daino, Elizabeth Ann, 7808 Tori Court Lane, Knoxville, TN 
Daniel, Cheryl Joan, 613 East Concord St., Morganton, NC 
Danko, Angela Nicole 13 Upper Pond Road, Coluinbia, SC 
Dant, Brian Robert, 1031 Bluff Pointe Drive, Chaska, MN 
Davidson, Ashma Shalonda, 179 Idaho Road, Statesville, NC 
Davidson, Catherine Bradley, 420 Oakmead Place, Dayton, OH 
Davidson, Donna C, 2719 Clarks Chape! Road, Lenoir, NC 
Davidson, Nathaniel Lehman, 7 Frandin Path, Liverpool, NY 
Davis, Desarae Lynn, Route 2 Box 238, Old Fort, NC 
Davis, James Warner, 405 Woodvale Drive, Florence, SC 
Davis, Mary Cameron, 100 Mayfair Road, Lexington, NC 
Dawkins, Steven Roy, 532 McCluney Drive, Gaffney, SC 
Day, David Dwayne, 1518 Old Fami Drive, Hickory NC 
Day, Dustin Lee, 2373 HWY 182 West, Lincolnton, NC 
Day, Joshua Randall, 557 MT Herman Road, Hudson, NC 
Deal, Dustin Shane, 68 Duck Hollow Lane, Taylorsville, NC 
Deal, Glenda Deanna, 494 14th Avenue NE, Hickory, NC 
Deal, Isaac Kent, 4853 Rock Bam Road, Claremont, NC 
Deal, Kaye L., 408 2nd Ave Place NE, Conover, NC 
Deal, Pamela Sweet, 4853 Rock Barn Road, Claremont, NC 
Dean, Jason M, 342 Fairchild Drive, Strasburg, VA 
Deangelo, Linda Sue, 1 16 14th Street NW, Hickory, NC 
Deaton, Meredith C, 6101 Gwynedd Road, Summerfield, NC 
Deierlein, James Nelson, 740 Springlake Road, Columbia, SC 
Delay. Brian Lynn, 154 Mountaineer Dr # F63. Boone, NC 
Delhnger, Sarah McKinnsie, 1 1 10 3RD Avenue NW, Conover, NC 
Dellinger, Wendy Brown, 6158 Fairview School Rd., Vale, NC 
DeMario, Rosanna Marie, 6121 Ponderosa Road, Raleigh, NC 
Denton, Jessica Williams, 5196 Canary Court, Granite Falls, NC 
Derr-Cline, Janet Fay, 1788 Woolie Road, Lincolnton, NC 
Dewberry, Joe Nathan, PO Box 551, Henrietta, NC 
Deyo, Tonya Cherse, 125 Third Avenue NE, Conover, NC 
Dick, Joyce E, 1206 10th Street NW, Hickory, NC 
Dill, Joy Malone, 1717 Indian Springs Drive, Conover, NC 
Dillingham, Marian Lavette, 2534 Evening Drive, Claremont, NC 
Dinney, Ashley C, 1347 Country Squire Drive, Columbia, SC 
DiStefano, Michael John, 1703 Bordeaux Court, Fallston, MD 
Dixon, Catherine H. 199 River Road West, Manakin-Sabot, VA 
Doiron, Leslie Ann, 6317 Bayfield Drive, Jacksonville. FL 
Dopson, Matthew Darus. 32 MT View Court. Millbrook. AL 
Dorsch, Joseph Thomas, 1202 Lindbergh Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 
Douglas, Ellen Palmer, 3335 9th Street Drive NE, Hickory, NC 
Dounis, Efrosene, PO Box 1 1064, Hickory, NC 
Dowell, Kenneth E, 1750 20th Ave Drive NE #94, Hickory, NC 
Dowell, Lori Marie, 1750 20TH Ave Drive NE 94, Hickory, NC 
Downing, Charlsie A, 2604 Clearwater Avenue, Bloomington, IL 
Downs, Jennifer Leigh, 1921 12th Street N,E., Hickory, NC 
Doyle, Sarah Jane, PO Box 452, Catawba, NC 
Draughn, Jill Nicole, 202 Rock Hill Church Road, Ararat, NC 
Drebes, Sara Elaine, 1 1603 Harvestdale Drive, Fredricksburg, VA 
Dresser, Morgan, Rae 469 Annondale Road, Columbia, SC 
Driver, Arringlon Jerome, 420 Maple Street, Jonesville, NC 
Driver, John Luther, 63 Third Creek Road, Stony Point, NC 
Drum, Lora Barefoot, 312 West Murray St, Maiden, NC 
DuBry. Lisa Danielle, 1007 Fact Street SW, Valdese, NC 
Dula, Delta L, 6532 Nobby Lail Road, Connelly Springs, NC 
Dumire, Lisa Ruth, 1 108 Shannonbrook Drive, Newton, NC 
Duncan, Jennette Lynne, 1742 Carriage Lane, Hudson. NC 
Durst, Stephen Eari, 3620 Melrose Cottage Dr , Matthews, NC 
Eades, Julie Elizabeth, 78959 Long Island Road. Long Island, NC 
Eadie, Elspeth Deal, 1648 Freshly Mill Road, Irmo, SC 
Eanes, Barbara Elayne, PO Box 148, Gretna, VA 
Earp, Brandon Scott, 2690 Merry Oaks Trail, Wiston Salem, NC 
Eckard, Laura Anne, 6106 Lynchburg RD, Hickory. NC 
Edenfield. Erin M, 2383 Grove Valley Ave, Palm Harbor, FL 
Edmiston, Karen Grace, 3686 Amity Hill Road, Statesville, NC 
Edwards, Paris A, 956 Memorial Ave., Williamsport, PA 



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Eggers, Wendy Michell, 1 170 Drag Strip Road, Hudson, NC 

Elizarde, Lisa Ann, 1021 Stream Way Drive, Spring Lake, NC 

Elkins, Kimberly S, 2754 Ellis Deal Avenue, Valdese, NC 

Elledge, Melissa Faye, 3129 Barus Street, Valdese, NC 

Elliott, Jainie Keith, 708 Gemcrest Dr. N.E.. Conover, NC 

Elliott, Lawrence K, 10 Old Hope Creek Path, Durham, NC 

Elliott, Teresa Jean, 875 2 1ST Avenue NE, Hickory, NC 

Elliott, Travis Anthony, 161 TremonI Lane, Troutman, NC 

Ellis, Courtney Lynne, 232 Trapp Hill Place. Durham. NC 

Elmore, Patricia H, 2830 16TH Street NE #27, Hickory, NC 

Elvidge, Keith Cart, 1021 Ingram Ct, Ambler. PA 

Emery, Heather Renee, 4082 Turkey Run, Charlottsville. VA 

Enamait, Frederick E, 208 Elm Avenue, Hudson, NC 

Epstein, Danielle R. 19970 Appledowre Circle, Germantown, MD 

Erikson, Mark Adain, 3757 Sandy Ford Road, Hickory, NC 

Erik.son, Ryan Adam, PO Box 511, Hickory, NC 

Eudy, Jeff Ellis. 451 Troutman Farm Road, Statesville, NC 

Evans. Joshua C, 6055 1 13TH ST N Apt 106, Seminole, FL 

Everett, Katherine A, 590 Twelfth Avenue NE, Hickory, NC 

Farling, Amber Brigette, 870 Fairhaven Road, Hummelstown, PA 

Farmer, Kathryn Elaine, 1250 Lochshire Lane, Gastonia, NC 

Farrar, Joseph Benjamin, 301 Riverside Drive, Morganton, NC 

Farris, Mary Beth Finley, 3 Forest Dr, Lexington. NC 

Fauber. Heather Renee', PO Box 162, Toms Brook, VA 

Favero, John Patrick, 1676 Plantation Drive, Collinsville, VA 

Favero, Joseph Malone, 1676 Plantation Drive, Collinsville, VA 

Feaster, Lakeshia Lynn, 632 West Concord St , Morganton, NC 

Feldstein, Stacy Tobah, 3825 Terka Circle. Randallstown, MD 

Felton, Nita F, 604 24th Avenue NE, Hickory, NC 

Fenley, Margaret I, 2701 West Market Street, Greensboro, NC 

Ferrie, Travis J. 2051 1 M Sterling Bay Lane W. Cornelius, NC 

Ferris, Gretchen Kraft. 1675 Mount Pleasant St.NE. Canton. OH 

Fisher, Amanda Leigh, 1205 5th Street NE APT 216, Hickory, NC 

Fisher-Wellman, Korey J, 1410 Goodbar Avenue, Memphis, TN 

Fleming, Bryan Curtis, 15 Circle Drive Belmont, NC 

Flowers, Donna Ferguson, 4507 Flowers Drive, Claremont, NC 

Flowers, Susan Leigh, 102 Brandy wine Dr #V-1, Conover, NC 

Floyd, Betty Page, 114 Tarheel Avenue NE, Valdese, NC 

Foddrell, Carrie Caldwell, PO Box 130, Lenoir, NC 

Forbes, Jennifer Lynne, Rt 4 Box 546, Newland, NC 

Forsmo, Solveig, 1017 15TH Avenue NW, Hickory, NC 

Foster, Edgar Gerard, 3049 1 Mac Drive, Hudson, NC 

Fowler, Tamara Lynn, 1435 23rd Avenue PL NE, Hickory, NC 

Fox, Delaine S., 478 Boyd Fox Dr, Taylorsville, NC 

Fox, Nicole LeAnn, 48 Douglas Court, Stony Point, NC 

Foy. Bethany Sue, 1753-B Sth Street Drive NE, Hickory, NC 

Frana, Mary Ann, 2100 Puerto Rico Drive, Deltona, FL 

France, Lewis Kennard, 407 Lovill Street, Mount Airy, NC 

Franjione, Jill Marie, 1 1950 NW 29th Street, Sunrise, FL 

Frank, Michele Lynn, 9072 Paragon Way. Boynton Beach, FL 

Frank, Scott Jacob, 2509 36th Avenue NE, Hickory, NC 

Franklin, Heather Dawn, 1741-B 8th Street, Dr., NE, Hickory, NC 

Franklin, Tammy Michelle, 61 19 Mise Road, Granite Falls, NC 

Freeman, Diane Watts, 3476 Spring Branch Ct., Conover, NC 

Freeze, Constance Lee, P O Box 1305, Drexel, NC 

Friend, Kathryn Elizabeth, 1043 12th Av NW, Hickory, NC 

Frye. Wesley Randall. 624 Chestnut Ridge Road, Kings Mountain, NC 

Funderburk, Diane Louise, 2019 Audrey Drive. Gastonia, NC 

Futrelle. Daniel Allen. 4928 Deer Walk Avenue. Charlotte, NC 

Gaines, Forest Fitz. 1760 Wormian Street. Connelly Springs. NC 

Gandy. Megan Elizabeth. 14016 Hiwassee Road. Huntersville, NC 

Gantt. Rhonda Michelle. 4232 Marvin Street. Claremont. NC 

Gardner, Ann Marie, 320 North Oakwood Dr, Statesville, NC 

Garrett, Christelle F, 4886 Northcrest Street, Claremont, NC 

Garvey, Susan C, 19359 Frenchton Place, Montgomery Village, MD 

Gatton, Melissa Anne, P O Box 5323, Statesville, NC 

Geddes, Sabrina Lynette, 825 SE Palm Beach Road, Stuart, FL 

Geis, Amy Amanda, 403 Shipley Road, Linthicum, MD 

Genaro, Rebecca Grace, 186 Timber Creek Drive, Stanley, NC 

Gentry. Julie Ann, 133 Hawthorne Drive, Brevard, NC 

George, Stephen Christopher, 835 18TH Avenue Drive NW, Hickory, NC 

Gerencer, Charles Michael, 2515 SW 86th Ave, Davie. FL 

Gemert, Kelly Sue, 189 Mt Herman RD, Hudson, NC 

Gescak, Traci Michelle, 804 Andrews Chapel Road, Durham, NC 

Gianatassio, Michael Vincent, 307 Painted Fall Way, Cary, NC 



bbs. Chiquitu Juanita, 474 Kerda Street. Taylorsville. NC 

bbs. Jill A. 2172 19th Ave SE. Hickory. NC 

bbs. Misty Rae, 122.^ 6th Avenue SW. Hickory. NC 

ft. Linda Anne. 21111 Blakely Shores Dr. Cornelius, NC 

Imore. Kelley Chyvonne. 254 Bailey Road. Candler. NC 

Ipin. Barbara Louise. 3833 Fall Creek Church Rd. Jonesville. NC 

se, Kristine Michelle, 405 Beaumont Road. York. PA 

enn. Mandy McGalliard. 1 10 Talmon Street. Connelly Springs. NC 

enn. Micaela Kathleen. 1949 Redberry Lane, Conover, NC 

Me. Monica Denee, 1752 16th Street NE, Hickory. NC 

)ble. Suzanne Elizabeth. 47 Elder Road. Taylorsville. NC 

]dfrey. Pamela Barker. 336 Patterson Street, Troutman, NC 

lebel. Adrienne Rebecca, 1503 Mulberry Road, Martinsville, VA 

jld, Elizabeth Anne. 2134 Robinson Road. Newton. NC 

jlden. Gregory Joseph. 2413 Welsh Tavern Way, Wake Forest, NC 

jnzalesn, Brian Matthews- Alan, PO Box 1240, Candler, NC 

rod, Scarlett Leigh, 997 16TH Avenue PL NW, Hickory, NC 

Dodman, Robert Benjamin, 1322 5TH Street Circle NW, Hickory, NC 

Dodson, Tiffany Elaine, 2335 Salem Church Road, Lincolnton. NC 

Dss. Lauren Christine. 5712 NE 17 Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 

Duge, Janet Lee, 101 Jefferson Street, Morganton, NC 

pugh, Michael Patrick, 119 Robinhood Road, Asheville, NC 

rady, Kathleen Rose, 12865 Kingsway Road, Wellington, FL 

rady, Maya Nicole, 305 Highland Avenue, Greer, SC 

ragg. Amy Reed, 294 Westwood Lane, Taylorsville, NC 

ragg, Glenda C, 1330 5th Street NE #186, Hickory, NC 

raham, Baquita Laquanta, 357 Fern Hill Road, Troutman, NC 

randstaff, Rita Kneedler, 4021 Henry River RD Apt 2, Hickory, NC 

rani. Donna Michelle, 1 12 Firehouse Way, Marion, NC 

rantham, Scott William, 1371 5TH Street NE, Hickory, NC 

reen, April Lynne, 2368 Rocky Ford Road, Newton, NC 

reen, Tracey Jaye. 1539 Tradition Club Dr., Pawleys Island, SC 

reene-Buckland, Laura Kinsey, 1 12 Mariner's Pt Ln, Hickory, NC 

reer, Jamie Jalane, 4094 Collettsville Road. Lenoir, NC 

reer, Jennifer Kennerly, 4734 Granada Hills Dr, Granite Falls, NC 

reer, Kimberly Kaye, 409 Padgettovvn Road, Black Mountain, NC 

reer, Marcus Justin. 1693 Nottingham Drive, Newton, NC 

regory, Kimberly Lane, 3203 Meadow Rue, Statesville, NC 

reiner, Nancy Ruth, 6541 Harbor View Drive, Hixson, TN 

riffee, Daniel Malachai, 3487 Bowman Road, Granite Falls, NC 

riffey, Richard Scott, 1993 Cape Hickory Cutoff Rd,, Hickory. NC 

riffin. Linda Lee, 504 West J Street, Newton, NC 

riffin, Thomas Carroll. 961 Wittenburg Road, Taylorsville, NC 

riffin, Vickie W., 1 184 Caleb Setzer Rd, Newton, NC 

rinstead, Christine Anne, 4008 N Center St Apt 301, Hickory, NC 

ritzmacher. Amy Jo, 7673 Spring Oak Dive, LaPlata, MD 

ross, Emma Lee, W, 1260 5th Street NE APT 61. Hickory. NC 

ross. Lainar Timothy, 815 E 1st St. # C-23, Newton, NC 

uffey, Kelley Elizabeth, 4323 Southpark Drive, Tampa, FL 

uidi, Vanessa, P O Box 947, Conover, NC 

waltney, Tonya Michelle, 65 Julius Lail Lane. Granite Falls. NC 

aas. Larry Richard. 4299 Jefferson Place. Granite Falls. NC 

aase. Anne. 1 16 Wildwood Loop. Statesville. NC 

ahn. Terrah Greene. 530 Pleasant Hill Road. Lenoir, NC 

air. Jennifer Nicole. 3556 Majestic View, Lenoir, NC 

airston-Porter, Laura D, 1055 - 19th Ave Place NW, Hickory, NC 

ale, Erika Shanna, Route 1 Box 514, Catawba, VA 

ales, Katherine Anne, 144 Long Ridge Drive, Wilmington, NC 

all, Adam Glenn, 163 Heritage Manor Circle, Lexington, NC 

all, Allison Mackie, 438 7th Ave Place NW, Hickory, NC 

all, Amanda Elizabeth, 3051 1st Street NW. Hickory. NC 

all, Kendra Cherie, Route 4 Box 658A, Princeton, WV 

all, Laura Selena, 331 9th Ave Dr NE #20, Hickory, NC 

alstead, Jason Daniel, 5035 Marion County Road, Weirsdale FL 

amilton, James Patrick, 54 Hawksview, Marion, NC 

amlin, Jill Corrinne, 149 Linden Drive, Danville, VA 

ancock, Mary Safrit, 2429 - 23rd Street Court NE, Hickory, NC 

anks. Amber Lee, P O Box 2292. Pulaski. VA 

anselmann. Jackie Lee 1750 Charles Avenue. Elgin. SC 

ariess, Joshua Aaron, 105 Gentry St. North Wilkesboro, NC 

armon. Michelle Lea. 218 N. Mulberry Street, Statesville, NC 

arrell, Matthew James, PO Box 695, Tallapoosa, GA 

arris. Alexis Marie. 4156 Tyng Way Road. Charlotte. NC 

arris, Anthony Lamar, 745 Vale Street, Shelby. NC 

arris, Emma Carpenter, 4644 Little Mountain Road, Catawba, NC 



Harris, Jason Allen, 3221 26TH Street NE, Hickory, NC 
Harris, Lorie Ann, 3716 Weyland Drive, Conover, NC 
HaiTison, Michelle Leigh, 104 Katie Lane, Statesville, NC 
Hart, Brittney Aileen, 4800 Shea Lane, Mint Hill, NC 
Hart, Marc William, 86 King Arthurs Court, Hickory, NC 
Harting, Laura Jevne, 14 Wimbledon Court, Hockeffin. DE 
Hartley. Tashina R. 1750 20th Avenue Dr NE Apt 107. Hickory, NC 
Hartness, Amanda Michelle, PO Box 495, Stony Point, NC 
Hartsell. Cristy Frye. 8265 Cedar Bark Street. Hickory. NC 
Harvey. John Robert. 835 8TH Street Drive NW. Hickory. NC 
Haskell. Heather Arlene. 502 East Hill Drive, Cherryville, NC 
Hawk. Teresa Ann. 1098 Fish Pond Road, Hickory, NC 
Hayes, Toby Jett, 208 Golf Course Lane, Taylorsville, NC 
Hayman, Tamara Harris, P O Box 432, Conover. NC 
Haynes. Megan B. 574 White Jenkins Rd. Bessemer City, NC 
Heath, April Christine, 140 Vinton Drive, Dallas, NC 
Heavner, Anna Aspasia. 522 Hulls Grove Church Road. Vale. NC 
Hednck. Terry Bruce. 6393 N NC 16 HWY. Conover. NC 
Hefner. Jason Bennett. 3099 Trinity Church Road. Concord. NC 
Hefner. Marcia Roxanne. 5838 Church Road. Taylorsville. NC 
Helms. Jacqueline Knauz. 331 Forest Hill Dr.. Wilkesboro. NC 
Helms. Stephanie R. 1482 May Road. Granite Falls. NC 
Hensley. Amy Rebecca. 708 N Ninth Street. Mebane. NC 
Hensley. David B. 1986 Chapel Hill CH Loop. Marion. NC 
Hern. Wendy Annette. 1330 5th Street. NE #75. Hickory. NC 
Hernandez, Jennifer Marie, 7505 SW 138 St, Miami, FL 
Herrick, Caryl Ann, 4156 Shadowbrook Court, Morganton, NC 
Hershberger, Kelley Rae, 205 Benwell Court, Mon-isville, NC 
Hewitt, Sylvia Anne, 603 First Street SE, Hickory, NC 
Hiam, Eric P, 1260 5th Street NE #84, Hickory, NC 
Hiam, Jamie M, 1 260 5th Street NE #84, Hickory, NC 
Hickman, Leah Burton, 1260 5th St NE Apt I 10, Hickory, NC 
Hicks. Gary Lee. 2090 Mt Olive Church Rd. Newton. NC 
High. Alan Keith. 428 E Lewis Ferry Road. Statesville, NC 
Hill, Victoria Nicole, 2558 Pinnacle Drive, Catawba, NC 
Hillyer, Diane Marie, 280 Jaybird Lane, Waynesville, NC 
Hilston, Helen Anne, 107 Abee Street, Morganton, NC 
Hilton, Judith Johnson, 4664 White Eagle Ranch, Hickory, NC 
Hilton, Kelly Mane, 2579 Blackburn Bndge Rd, Maiden, NC 
Hining, Mary Elizabeth, 3323 Cartaige Trail, Hillsborough, NC 
Hinsch. Sarah Christine, 209 Dogwood Drive, Greenville, TN 
Hinson, Amalie Walker, 1873 Highway 10 West, Newton. NC 
Hirsch, Christie M, 95 Webb Price Road, Granite Falls. NC 
Hittle. Amy L, 263 White Plains Road, Hiddenite, NC 
Hodges, Tamara Lynn, Post Office Box 3962, Morganton, NC 
Hoffman, Crown H, 1036 White Jenkins Rd, Bessemer City, NC 
Hogue, Rebecca Lee, 632 39TH Aveune NW. Hickory, NC 
Holhrook, William Howard, 125 East Walker Road, Elkin, NC 
Holland, Ashely Brooke, Route 1 Box 408D, Marion, NC 
Holland, Heidi Lynn, 2102 Rose Lane, Madison, NC 
Holland, Joseph Andrew, PO Box 798, Conover, NC 
Holland, Patricia Ann, P. O. 1 141, Conover, NC 
Holland, Rebecca Cloninger, 3370 Cloninger Road, Dallas, NC 
Holsclaw. Jenifer R, 2840-305 Gresham Grove Lane, Raleigh. NC 
Hood, Carla Jeanette. PO Box 1472, Drexel, NC 
Hooks. Nathan Donald, 309 Dot Circle, China Grove, NC 
Hoover, Jeanne Marie, 1867 Stratford Drive, Conover, NC 
Hoover, Kelly Lynn, 9765 Southbrook Dr#4215, Jacksonville, FL 
Hopping, Emily Mari, 2800 Vienna Dozier Road, Pfafftown, NC 
Home, Brady Rebecca, 7 Charter Square, Decatur, GA 
Horton, Susan Davis, Post Office Box 447, Cooleemee, NC 
Hosch, Teresa Nadine, 350 Harper Miller Dr, Cleveland, NC 
Houk, Molly Elizabeth, 1 19 Strawbery Ln, Lincolnton, NC 
Houston, Jessica Lynn, 4050 Joe Crouse Road, Maiden, NC 
Howard, Lynne Drury, 188 24th Street NW, Hickory, NC 
Howard, Peggie Jo, 403 D Street, North Wilkesboro, NC 
Howard, Waller Kim, 1016 30th Ave. Ln. NE, Hickory, NC 
Howell, Alexander E. 1655 20lh AVE DR NE #23, Hickory, NC 
Howell, Douglas M, 1401 Baton School Road, Granite Falls, NC 
Howell, Samantha Bolick, P.O. Box 430, Claremont, NC 
Hoyle. Heather Rene, 2709 Westview Drive, Sherrills Ford, NC 
Hawk, Teresa Ann, 1098 Fish Pond Road, Hickory, NC 
Hayes, Toby Jett, 208 Golf Course Lane, Taylorsville, NC 
Hayman, Tamara Harris, P O Box 432, Conover, NC 
Haynes, Megan B, 574 White Jenkins Rd, Bessemer City, NC 
Heath, April Christine, 140 Vinton Drive, Dallas, NC 
Heavner, Anna Aspasia, 522 Hulls Grove Church Road, Vale, NC 



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Hedrick, Terry Bruce, 6393 N NC 16 HWY, Conover, NC 
Hefner, Jason Bennett, 3099 Trinity Church Road, Concord, NC 
Hefner, Marcia Roxanne, 5838 Church Road, Taylorsville, NC 
Helms, Jacqueline Knauz, 331 Forest Hill Dr., Wilkesboro, NC 
Helms, Stephanie R, 1482 May Road, Granite Falls, NC 
Hensley, Amy Rebecca, 708 N Ninth Street, Mebane, NC 
Hensley, David B, 1986 Chapel Hill CH Loop, Marion, NC 
Hem, Wendy Annette, 1330 5th Street, NE #75, Hickory, NC 
Hernandez, Jennifer Marie, 7505 SW 138 St, Miami, FL 
Herrick, Caryl Ann, 4156 Shadowbrook Court, Morganton, NC 
Hershberger, Kelley Rae, 205 Benwell Court, Morrisville, NC 
Hewitt, Sylvia Anne, 603 First Street SE, Hickory, NC 
Hiam, Enc P, 1260 5th Street NE #84, Hickory, NC 
Hiam. Jamie M, 1260 5th Street NE #84, Hickory, NC 
Hickman, Leah Burton, 1260 5th St NE Apt 1 10, Hickory, NC 
Hicks, Gary Lee, 2090 Mt Olive Church Rd, Newton, NC 
High, Alan Keith, 428 E Lewis Ferry Road, Statesville, NC 
Hill, Victoria Nicole, 2558 Pinnacle Drive, Catawba, NC 
Hillyer, Diane Marie, 280 Jaybird Lane, Waynesville, NC 
Hilston, Helen Anne, 107 Abee Street, Morganton, NC 
Hilton, Judith Johnson, 4664 White Eagle Ranch, Hickory, NC 
Hilton, Kelly Marie, 2579 Blackburn Bridge Rd, Maiden, NC 
Hining, Mary Elizabeth, 3323 Carraige Trail, Hillsborough, NC 
Hinsch, Sarah Christine, 209 Dogwood Drive, Greenville, TN 
Hinson, Amalie Walker, 1873 Highway 10 West, Newton, NC 
Hirsch, Christie M, 95 Webb Price Road. Granite Falls, NC 
Hittle, Amy L, 263 White Plains Road, Hiddenite, NC 
Hodges, Tamara Lynn, Post Office Box 3962, Morganton, NC 
Hoffman, Crown H, 1036 White Jenkins Rd, Bessemer City, NC 
Hogue, Rebecca Lee. 632 39TH Aveune NW, Hickory, NC 
Holbrook, William Howard, 125 East Walker Road, Elkin, NC 
Holland, Ashely Brooke, Route 1 Box 408D, Marion, NC 
Holland, Heidi Lynn, 2102 Rose Lane, Madison, NC 
Holland, Joseph Andrew, PO Box 798, Conover, NC 
Holland, Patricia Ann, P. O. 1 141. Conover. NC 
Holland. Rebecca Cloninger, 3370 Cloninger Road, Dallas, NC 
Holsclaw, Jenifer R, 2840-305 Gresham Grove Lane, Raleigh, NC 
Hood, Carla Jeanette, PO Box 1472, Drexel, NC 
Hooks. Nathan Donald. 309 Dot Circle, China Grove, NC 
Hoover, Jeanne Marie, 1867 Stratford Drive, Conover, NC 
Hoover, Kelly Lynn, 9765 Southbrook Dr #4215, Jacksonville, FL 
Hopping, Emily Mari, 2800 Vienna Dozier Road, Pfafftown. NC 
Home. Brady Rebecca. 7 Charter Square, Decatur. GA 
Horton, Susan Davis, Post Office Box 447, Cooleemee, NC 
Hosch, Teresa Nadine, 350 Harper Miller Dr, Cleveland, NC 
Houk, Molly Elizabeth, 1 19 Strawbery Ln. Lincolnton. NC 
Houston. Jessica Lynn. 4050 Joe Crouse Road. Maiden. NC 
Howard, Lynne Drury, 188 24th Street NW, Hickory, NC 
Howard, Peggie Jo, 403 D Street, North Wilkesboro, NC 
Howard, Waller Kim, 1016 .30th Ave. Ln. NE, Hickory, NC 
Howell, Alexander E, 1655 20th AVE DR NE #23, Hickory, NC 
Howell, Douglas M, 1401 Baton School Road, Granite Falls, NC 
Howell, Samantha Bolick, P.O. Box 430, Claremont, NC 
Hoyle, Heather Rene, 2709 Westview Drive, Sherrills Ford, NC 
Hoyle. Katie Lynne. 202 Peachtree Street. Belmont. NC 
Huber, Peter Martin, 641 Marsh Road, Charlotte, NC 
Hudgins, Joshua Ledon, 612 Gillespie Road, Chattanooga, TN 
Huffman. Elizabeth Brooke. P O Box 540, Icard, NC 
Huffman, Tracy Denise, 1692 Adam Street, Conover, NC 
Hughes, Angela S, 817 41st AVE DR NE, Hickory, NC 
Hughes, Joshua B, 1566 Horse Branch Rd SW, Ocean Lsle Bch, NC 
Hundley, Tori Shirell, 308 Hope Court, Newport News, VA 
Huneycutt, Eva Blair, PO Box 397, Stanfield, NC 
Huneycutt, Summer Sheree, P. O. Box 371, Locust, NC 
Hunsucker, Kelly Marie, 118 West 21st Street, Newton. NC 
Hunt. Thomas Scott. 2015 Fourth Avenue NW. Hickory. NC 
Hunt. Zandra J. 849 3rd Avenue Place SE, Hickory, NC 
Hunter, Jamie Lynn, 1655 20th Ave Dr NE #15 VG, Hickory, NC 
Huss, Elizabeth Brooks, 2309 Rome Jones Road, Newton, NC 
Hutchens, Leslie David, 213 7TH Street NW, Taylorsville, NC 
Hyatt, Coleman Reid, 6 Edgefield Street, Canton, NC 
Hyde, Angela Lynn, 218 Foxwood Drive, Maiden, NC 
lannucci, Michael Daniel, 122 Overlook Road, Asheville, NC 
Icard, April Nicole, PO Box 13, Icard, NC 
Icenhour, Cassie T. 1859 Old Vashti Road. Taylorsville. NC 



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Iddings. Kemp C. 5171 Carlson Dairy Road. Summerfield, NC 
Ingle. Julie Hollar. 2729 South US 321 HWY. Newton. NC 
Isenhour. Lisa Renee, 5057 Rifle Range Road. Conover, NC 
Isenhour, Stephanie M, 2168 Buffalo Shoals Road, Catawba, NC 
Isley, Julie Charlene, 3104 Isley Drive, Snow Camp, NC 
Jackson, Amy Waters, 2686 Mauser Drive, Newton, NC 
Jackson, Justi Denise, PO Box 73, Tobaccoville, NC 
Jackson, Mary Margaret, 3243 Weidner Road, Newton, NC 
Jackson, Revonda Vess, Route 2 Box 196-D, Old Fort NC 
Jackson, Suzanne Townsend. 2653Touchstone Circle. Newton. NC 
Jacobs. Gregory M. 1330 Pinewood Rd. Jacksonville Beach. FL 
Jacobs, Jerod Douglas, 170 Jablo Avenue, Cocoa, FL 
James, Jennifer Frady, 501 Dogwood Street, Lenoir, NC 
Jeffcoat, Virginia N, 2630 ST Matthews Church RD, Salisbury, NC 
Jefferson, Talaya Renee N, 609 College Ave SW, Lenoir, NC 
Jeffries, Jonathan Robert, 5005-A Stoney Trace Drive, Charlotte. NC 
Jenkins, April Suzanne, 708 Hester Drive, Dallas, NC 
Jenkins, Matthew Lee, 1 18 Rockin J Road, Maiden, NC 
Jenkins, Nicholas John, 156 Hillcrest Avenue, Cranford, NJ 
Jennings, Wayne Ellis, 508 Washington Street, Rock Hill, SC 
Jin, MinSung, 3044 Se Darien Road, Port ST Lucie, FL 
Johnson, Bret Micheal, 20 Brookfield, Sterling, VA 
Johnson, Edward Paul, 191 Baymount Drive, Statesville, NC 
Johnson, Erica Roberts, 76 Ryanette Way, Stony Point, NC 
Johnson, Ferro S, 2463 Countyline Road, Kings Mountain, NC 
Johnson, Hannah E, 5777 Millersville Road. Taylorsville, NC 
Johnson, Jessica Leigh, 4224 Ridge Road, Greer, SC 
Johnson, Marcus Dwayne, 514 Holly Street, Statesville, NC 
Johnson, Mia Dagenhart, 2495 Point Street, Claremont, NC 
Johnson, Michael D, 191 Baymount Drive, Statesville, NC 
Johnson, Nathan J H, 61 Cambridge Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 
Johnson, Preston Gordon, 5042 Rock Bam Road, Claremont. NC 
Johnson. Rachel Lynn. 1 108 Brynn MaiT Road, Jacksonville, NC 
Johnson, Ramon Joseph, 99 Ballantree Drive, Asheville, NC 
Johnson, Rica Nicole, 1181 Elgin Drive, Conover, NC 
Johnson, Sarah Elizabeth, 31 1 Beverly Drive, Statesville, NC 
Johnson, Sarah Reintjes, 1 108 Brynn Marr Road, Jacksonville, NC 
Johnson, Thurston Dante, 304 Clay Street EXT, Belmont, NC 
Johnston, Cheryl, 2729 Emperor St., Claremont, NC 
Johnston, Martha Dyson, 138 Homeplace Lane, Statesville, NC 
Jolly, Angela White, 1 1 1 Mimosa Street, Morganton, NC 
Jolly, Frank Moseley, 1213 Cowper Drive, Raleigh, NC 
Jolly, Meghan Christian, 17 Bumham Glen, San Antonio, TX 
Jones, Amy Denise, P O Box 355, Hickory, NC 
Jones, Jacquelyne N, 3496 Summerow Road, Lincolnton, NC 
Jones, Miranda Annette, 9378 Costner Road, Hickory, NC 
Joplin, Gregory Vaughn, 1381 26th Ave NE, Hickory, NC 
Jowers, Amanda Jessica, 131 Dry Ridge Road, Franklin, NC 
Justice, Derek Robert, 1150 Mountain Breeze Dr, Morganton, NC 
Kaeser, Jeffrey Stephen, 4569 Sudbury Road, Doraville, GA 
Kalus, Andrew J, 3523 Matthews Street, Newton, NC 
Kaminska, Katie Victoria, 1 14 Wrenfield Court, Piedmont, SC 
Kanupp, Lydia Lackey, 7952 Hwy 10 West, Vale, NC 
Kares, Marleah Jeanette, 345 Georgetown Road, Nazareth, PA 
Kari, Amy Suzanne, 2132 5TH Avenue NW, Hickory, NC 
Karrs, Joseph Bradley, 1019 21st Avenue NE, Hickory, NC 
Kassab, Troy A, 2145 14th Avenue SW, Hickory, NC 
KeiU, Melinda Suzanne, 400 Hunsucker Road, Hickory, NC 
Keller, Elizabeth R, 2351 27th Street Place NE, Hickory, NC 
Kellyman, Leroy A, 1865 Mallard Lakes Dr, Winston-Salem, NC 
Kempston, Kristie Lynn. 320 Huffstetler Lake Road. Dallas. NC 
Kennedy. Jennifer Anne. 1 18 Doc Wehunt Rd. Cherry ville. NC 
Kenny. Irene Megan. 1 12 Ridge Street. Cranford. NJ 
Kent, Kara Marie, 3180 Turnpike Road, Auburn, NY 
Kesterson, Robin Elizabeth, 1003 Hollowtree Ct, Columbia, SC 
Khang, May Hang, 3856 C&B Farm Road, Conover, NC 
Khang, Shoua Hang, 613 Walnut Street, Statesville, NC 
Kieschnick, Joanna Lynn, 168 Wynward Lane, Mooresville, NC 
Kilby, Amy Lynn, 305 North Fairview Drive. Lenoir. NC 
Kim. InAe. 975 9th Street NE. Hickory, NC 
Kimball, Lisa Michelle, 195 Basil Road, China Grove, NC 
Kimble, Jennifer Lynn, 2343 Thayer Road, Trinity, NC 
King, Ashley Nicole, 4329 Homer Bums Avenue, Hickory, NC 
King, Charles Ryan, 302 Lazar Lane, Southern Pines, NC 
King, Drew David, 602 Frontier Circle, China Grove, NC 
Kinsey, Janice Elaine, 1655 20th Ave Dr NE #123, Hickory, NC 



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instler. Adelaide Ethel, 12607 Sunnybrook Road. Savannah. GA 

intzer. Erin Marie. 125 Cannon Blvd. Newport. NC 

jrby. Donavon Richard. 629 Ninth Avenue NE. Hickory. NC 

irk. Miriam Lynn. 1209 Derbyshire Road. Kannapolis. NC 

istler. Hollie Dianne. 1252 Park Circle 1. Lincolnton. NC 

night. Kristin Kathryn. 22137 Holiday Drive. Smithsburg. MD 

olster. Kristin Kimberly. Post Office Box 5141. Pinehurst. NC 

oontz. Robert Eugene. 2100 W Center Street EXT. Lexington. NC 

opp. Russell C. 1837 Glenbrook Avenue. Lancaster. PA 

otish. Christopher M. 1945 MT Hope Ch Road. Salisbury. NC 

ovar. Gary Tyler. 1399 Saratoga Court. Tarpon Springs. PL 

rantz. Amy Mane. 1213-F 10th St. Bhd. NW. Hickory. NC 

ratts. Jaime Lynn. 495 Drumstand Road, Stony Point. NC 

rech, Jeremy Ryan. 125 Clearview Road. Rock Hill. SC 

reske. Audrey Christina. 8101 SW 57th Avenue. Miami. PL 

riedt. Kristin. 363 Little Rv Campground RD. Pisgah Forest. NC 

uehl. Krista Inez. 331 33rd St. SW. Hickory. NC '^ 

ackey. Keya Monike, 809 Riverhill Road, Statesville, NC 

ackey. Miles Emerson. 2931 Eastway Drive. Statesville. NC 

ail, Adrienne Marie, 660 East Sanders Road, Shelby, NC 

ail, Melissa D, 4881 River Road, Morganton, NC 

ail. Misty Lashae, 2721 Hwy 182, Lincolnton, NC 

ail, Thomas Earl 3696 Pebble Lane, Hudson, NC 

amb, Joshua Edward, 6585 Prospect Drive. Conover. NC 

ambeth. Danielle Shaune. 2701 Oregon Hill Road. Ruffin. NC 

ane. Amanda Michelle. 734 South Main Avenue. Newton. NC 

aney. Carol Lynne. 3881 Joe Crouse Road. Maiden. NC 

angford. Angela Shields. 1721-F Eighth St Dr NE. Hickory. NC 

angford. Matthew Alan. 1116 Kimberly Drive. Raleigh. NC 

anning. Hillary Brooke. 221 Laurel Street NE. Valdese. NC 

arsen. Niels Scott. 1565 Forest Glen Lane. Kannapolis. NC 

assiter, Clayton Fulton. P O Box 437, New Port. NC 

athrop. Kymberly Alys. 3004 Hickory Valley Drive, Waldorf. MD 

awhon. Shanna Yeatts. 5480 Twelve Oaks Lane. Conover. NC 

awing. Brian James. 3589 Brookwood Drive. Maiden, NC 

awless, Ashley Marie, 4121 Snyder Drive, Winston Salem, NC 

awrence, Yolanda Shea, 1040 26TH Street SW, Hickory, NC 

awson, Jennifer Erin, 425 Loretto Drive, Wytheville, VA 

axton. Charles Ray, 1669 Dakota Drive, Hudson, NC 

each, James David, 54 Smith Road, Leicester, NC 

eBarron. Ashley Elizabeth, 43593 Deer Rn Ct, Leonardtown, MD 

edford, Casey Nicole, PO Box 441, Newton, NC 

ee, Alex Anthony, 12901 Hathaway Drive, Silver Spring, MD 

ee, Carrie Virginia, 350 North Main Street, Jefferson, NC 

ee. Tiffany Michelle, 1225 Liberty Church Road. Thomasville. NC 

emus. Elizabeth Taylor. 1203 5th Street NE. Hickory. NC 

entz. Frances Lisa. 3082 Mathis Mill Rd.. Ronda. NC 

eonard. Michelle Phillips. 1260 5th St NE Apt 144, Hickory, NC 

eonhardt, Gayren Wanette, 3560 Plateau Road, Vale, NC 

eonhardt, Melissa Dawn, 1010 2nd Street SE, Conover, NC 

ester, Cynthia McRee, 21 1 South 4TH Avenue, Maiden. NC 

ewis. Michael Robert. 1 Ananouri Road. Highland Falls. NY 

igatti. Amanda Theresa. 1504 Ketch Court. Richmond. VA 

indamood. William Bradley. 605 Ragsdale Road. Sharpshurg. GA 

indheimer, Juny Rose. PO Box 401. Casar. NC 

indholm. Heather Liesse. 87 Walnut Hill Road. East Lyme. CT 

indley. Thomas Andrew. 520 Lower Creek Drive. Lenoir. NC 

ippard. Blake Edward. 4815 Free Mason Road. Hudson. NC 

ippard. Gladys Wiles. 174 Kingswood Drive, Statesville, NC 

ittle, Melissa Louise, 25 Windward Circle, Littleton, NC 

ittle, Phyllis Bowman, 376 Bowman Hills Road, Taylorsville, NC 

iltlejohn, Shanna R, 2139 New Prospect. Shelby. NC 

ivingston. Tracy Lutz. 2736 Rock Dam Road. Lincolnton. NC 

o, Yer Yang, 2161 Liberty Church Rd, Hickory, NC 

ockrem, Matthew Scott, 11410 Moonridge Drive, Chariotte, NC 

oehrs, Jason Michael, 227 S Madison Avenue, Upper Darby, PA 

ogan, Sally Christine, 7575 Henry Road, Vale, NC 

oney, Natia Shaneta, 4510 Cotton Acres Road, Sumter, SC 

ong, Kimberly Michelle, 314 Shore Line Loop, Mooresville, NC 

ong, Leah Marie, PO Box 1114, Granite Falls, NC 

or, Bai Xiong, 1113 Airport Rhodhiss Rd.. Hickory. NC 

or. Pa Kou. 1744 NC Hwy. 10 East. Newton. NC 

oudermelt. Bryan Scott, 714 Painted Feather Lane. Conover. NC 

ougeay, Jacob Harrison. 5857 Connolly Court. Dublin. OH 

ougeay. Jessica Marie. 5857 Connolly Court. Dublin. OH 

ovell. Joshua Caleb. 495 Silver Ridge Drive. Lexington. NC 



Lovins. Brandy Nichole. 4310 Lovins Way. Lenoir. NC 
Lowe, Benjamin R, 2601 NW 23RD BLVD Apt 212, Gainesville. FL 
Lowman. Kyle Andrew. 4015 MT Olive Church Road. Newton. NC 
Lowman. Tracy Denise, 2546 Holly Hills Avenue. Morganton. NC 
Luckey. Amber Victoria. 1 145 Silverleaf Drive. Arnold. MD 
Lugo. Jesse Arsenio. 1065 Chase Dr.. Winter Garden. FL 
Lukas. Rachel Elizabeth. 100 Lake Mills Island Pt. Chuluota. FL 
Luster. Samuel Austin. 7 Shadowbrook Drive. Weaverville. NC 
Lutterloh. Terrie V. 1425 Shirebourn Drive. Hickory. NC 
Ly. .Xiong. 5463 Farmington Court. Conover. NC 
Lybrand. Brett E. 1372 Hunters Crossing Lane. Gastonia. NC 
Lynch. Michael Ryan. 6976 South Shore Dr S. St Petersburg. FL 
Lynch. Sarah Nicole. 208 Rachel Lane. Middletown. OH 
MacAskill. Sarah Ann, 1 1 Lincoln Avenue. Randolph. VT 
Malanga. Brendan Anthony. 5062 Fleetwood Drive. Hickory, NC 
Malec. Rebecca Ann. 13506 Duckett Court. Chariotte, NC 
Mannhaupt, Margaret Ellen, 6 Beatrice Court, Manorville, NY 
Manning, Sandra L., 1772 Old Amherst Circle, Morganton, NC 
Markham, Megan Patrice, Route 10 Box 855, Lake City, FL 
Marquardt. Jennifer L. 5713 Marble Arch Way. Alexandria. VA 
Marriott, Margaret O, 203 Maplewood Drive, Morganton, NC 
Marsh, Kathleen P, 5400 Sunrise Bluff Court, Midlothian, VA 
Martin, .•Xrtivest Sentell, 1804 Prospect Drive, Charlotte, NC 
Martin, Grace Ann, 61 1 Bristol Dr, Statesville, NC 
Martin, Hope Andrews, 1416 Kensington Drive, Knoxville, TN 
Matsui, Hiroyuki C, 4603 Cotton Creek Drive, Charlotte, NC 
Matthy, Joanna Christine, 226 Caswallen Drive, West Chester, PA 
Mauldin. Randy Darrell. 20942 Biles Road. Albemarle. NC 
Mauney. William Kemp. 401 Allison Court, Kings Mountain, NC 
Max, Edward, 120 Jefferson Street, Morganton, NC 
Maynor, Chad Edward, 346 15th Avenue SE, Hickory, NC 
Mayo, Kerri Dunkle. 108 North Gaither Avenue, Newton, NC 
Mayse, Elise Miller, 405 Edgemont Drive, Kings Mountain, NC 
McBroom, Mary Aurelia, 2470 Old Hwy 70, Cleveland, NC 
McCandless, Bruce Bennett, 5984 Jandon Court, Port Orange, FL 
MeClain, Carrie Lynn. 2,39 13th Ave PI NW #21. Hickory. NC 
McClure. Carol Funk. 5680 Gold Creek Bay. Hickory. NC 
McCollum. Jennifer Marie. 1504 Falcon Road. East Bend. NC 
McConnell. Melissa Sue. 215 Carolina Drive. Jacksonville. NC 
McConnell. Michelle Lee. 215 Carolina Drive. Jacksonville. NC 
McCorkle. Tory Nicole. 2449 McCorkle Road. Newton. NC 
McCraeken. Samuel Grant. 5449 Harris Farm Road. Hickory. NC 
McCraw. Stacy Elizabeth. 1121 Fieldstone Road. Mooresville, NC 
McCrea, Martha Hanson, 1376 Lowrance Road, Catawba, NC 
McCreary, Ryan Justin, 31 1 University Circle, Boone. NC 
McCurry. Debbie S. 2232 Enon Road. Morganton. NC 
McDonough. Patrick Ryan, 146 Avenue G, Pittsburgh. PA 
McGee. Christopher M. 410-C West 8th Street, Charlotte, NC 
Mclntire, Eric Edward, 1600 Rolling Lane, Hickory, NC 
Mclntire. Patti Gayle. 1944 Redberry Lane. Conover, NC 
Mcintosh, Quandra Michelle, 302 Apt 2A, Lawndale, NC 
McKuina, Lindsey Hope, 3224 East Broad Street, Statesville, NC 
McKinnon, Mary Kathryn, 1047 Autumn Lane, Hickory, NC 
McLaughlin, Kevin Francis, 936 Hillrise Drive, Brandon, FL 
McLean, Aimee K, 1 108 Braswell Creek Point, Holly Springs, NC 
McLemore, Kieon R, 2237 Cresthavcn Court, Richmond, VA 
McMahon. Marion Rene, 425 Alexander Avenue. Morganton, NC 
McNamee, Carol Lynn, 445 8th Ave NE, Hickory, NC 
McPhaul, Kathryn Ray, 734 N. Center St.. Hickory. NC 
McRae. William Alexander. 824 Clearwater Drive. Sanford. NC 
McRee. Kevin Patrick. 3722 Puelt Park Drive. Conover. NC 
McVey, Kevin James, 218 Taylor Circle, Granite Falls, NC 
McVey, Susan Marie, 218 Taylor Circle, Granite Falls, NC 
Mease, Wendy Elizabeth, 5 West Cove Road, Weaverville, NC 
Meeks, Tarryl Ramont, 3225 Sawmill Road, Hickory Grove, SC 
Mclker, Gregory F, 132 Hatcher Road, Shelby, NC 
Melker. Ronald Wayne, 132 Hatcher Road, Shelby, NC 
Men/e. Tiffany DeShawn. 104 Calvert Court. Easley. SC 
Metze. Royal L. 6438 Windsor Gate Lane. Charlotte, NC 
Meunier. Brett Michael. 2038 SE 16TH Lane. Ocala. FL 
Meyer. Joel Evan. 341 Meadow Ridge Drive. Tallahassee. FL 
Meyer. Kathryn Caroline. 6625 Penslord Lane. Charlotte. NC 
Mickey. Marissa D. 2040 Woodstock Road. Clemmons. NC 
Milheim. Sarah-Jane, 5943 Brace Road. Charlotte. NC 
Miller. Amy May, 5171 226TH Avenue NE, Bethel, MN 
Miller. Clifford T. 18508 NW 223 Terrace. High Springs, FL 



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Miller, Daniel Alexander, 628 Fieldstone Road, Mooresville, NC 
Miller, Kelly Ward, 1334 12th Street NE. Hickory, NC 
Miller, Lori Leigh, 229 Peaceful Path, Canton, NC 
Miller, Mandy M, 6057 Gordon Road, Hickory, NC 
Miller, Nathan Charles, 2107 Beverly Court, Hampstead, MD 
Miller, Scott Allen, 526 Beaver Drive, West Jefferson, NC 
Miller, Tara Young, 559 Gaither Poe Road, Laurel Springs. NC 
Miller, Tiffany Lynn. PO Box 1515. Millers Creek. NC 
Mills. Elayne Carol. 725 36th Avenue NW. Hickory, NC 
Millwood. Cheslie D. 207 South Elm Street. Cherryville. NC 
Millwood. Sarah Ashley. 207 South Elm Street. Cherryville, NC 
Minton. Jessica E. 2362 CSI Farm Road. Hickory. NC 
Misenheimer. Bryan Pearson, 1007 7th Street NE, Hickory, NC 
Misenheimer, Mary Brooke, 218 Salisbury Street, Rockwell, NC 
Mitchell, Mitzi T., 3613 Harmony Hwy, Harmony, NC 
Moats, Vicki Higgins, 4030 Robinson Rd, Newton, NC 
Moffatt, Kan Ellen, 1219 South Poplar Street. Landis, NC 
Mongello. Meredith R. 19212 Ranworth Dr. Germantown, MD 
Monroe, Anne Marie, 5319 Lisa Lane. Hickory. NC 
Montague. David Lee. PO Box 3397. Boone. NC 
Moody, Gita Prahhu, 1 17 Starmount Circle, Morganton, NC 
Moody, Lily P, 21 13 Kool Park Road, Hickory, NC 
Moore, Emily E, 2100 Godfrey Avenue, Spring Hill, PL 
Moore, Eric Joseph, 557 Dogwood Trail, Commerce, GA 
Moose, Andrew David, 542 Barry Oak Road, Statesville, NC 
Moose, Brandon C, 2532 Camelia Pointe Dr. Sherrills Ford, NC 
Moose, Melissa Lynn, 3545 Price Road, Hamptonville. NC 
Morettie, Michael Charles. 1876 Plaza Drive, Hickory, NC 
Morgan, Amanda Lindsay, 702 Hester Drive, Dallas, NC 
Morgan. Cory Dana, 1508 36th Ave Dr NE, Hickory, NC 
Morris, Kyle Craven, 4520 Whiteleaf Way, Canton. GA 
Morris. Tia Jenice, 6623 North Pasadena. Saint Louis, MO 
Morrison, Mary Diane Ward. 5557 Saratoga Drive. Hickory, NC 
Morrison, Nicholas M, 153 North Shore Dr, Cherryville, NC 
Moser, Gideon Lane, 4926 Kennedy Street, Hickory, NC 
Moshier, Heather Lynn. 13308 Saddletree Court. Matthews. NC 
Mosser. Jason Bradley. 712 Joan Circle. Salem, VA 
Mosteller, Emily Kathryn, 1 10 36th Ave. NW, Hickory, NC 
Mueller, Brandi Leigh, 3825 Redbud, La Porte, TX 
Mulholland, Nancy J, 455 Thompsonville Road, McMurray, PA 
Mull, Judy Ellen, 405 19TH Avenue SW, Hickory, NC 
Mulligan, Michael S, 3078 Montclair Drive, Clareniont. NC 
Mumy. Ryan Anthony. 300 Third Street. Defiance. OH 
Muncy. Kimberly Meadows. 144 Harriet Lane. Statesville. NC 
Munday, Charles Bennett. 120 3 1ST Avenue NW. Hickory. NC 
Munday, Tiffany Dawn. 1 130 Cloniger Mill Road. Hickory. NC 
Mundy, Shelley D. 50 Lake Forest Drive. Taylorsville. NC 
Murphy. Sheila Kathleen, 39 Sareva Place, Asheville. NC 
Murphy, Susanne H, 374 Piney Creek School Rd, Piney Creek, NC 
Musgrove, Christa Nicole, 123 Twin Oaks Drive, Durham. NC 
Myers. Christopher Allen, 270 Celeste Eufola Road, Statesville. NC 
Myers. David B. 230 21st Avenue Drive NW, Hickory, NC 
Myers, Gina Deann, 6219 Mountainside Drive, Hickory. NC 
Myers. Rebecca Ann. 1510 Featherstone Drive, Midlothian, VA 
Naidas, Tracy Marie, 1918 Stratford Drive, Conover, NC 
Nash, Melodye Clark, 304 Church Street, Valdese, NC 
Navarro. Alisha Dawn, 616 4th Avenue NE, Hckory, NC 
Neely, Kristin Michelle, 203 Hawley Street, Mount Holly, NC 
Neill, Brian Elliott. 5826 Carmel Station Avenue, Charlotte, NC 
Nellis, Andrea Michelle, 716 Mills Garden Road, Statesville. NC 
Nelon. Latricia Dawn. 1 10 Robinwood Drive. Forest City, NC 
Nelson, Jonathan Paul, 203 Churchwardens Rd. Baltimore, MD 
Nelson, Kimberly Lynn, 1656 Lafayette Avenue, Hudson, NC 
Nichols, Joseph Carlton, 41 1 North 5 PTS Road, West Chester, PA 
Nicks, Amanda Ryan, 128 Eldridge Lane, State Road, NC 
Nicolette, Travis Nathan, 8 Allie Court, Isle of Palms, SC 
Nieters, Barbara Webb, 302 N. Council Oak St., Morganton, NC 
Noble, Dana Marie, 1 275 Dates Street NE, Washington, DC 
Nolen, Deborah Wilson, 246 Baymount Drive, Statesville, NC 
Norman, Michelle L. 51 16 Demons Chapel Road. Morganton. NC 
Norris, Jeremiah Joseph, 4351 Shiloh Church Road. Davidson. NC 
Norris. Shannon Nichole. 30 Sunburst Court. Sumter. SC 
Norris. Tara Lynn, 5698 Wesley Street. Hickory. NC 
Norton. Alalna Louise, 6352 Deerview Drive, Raleigh, NC 
Norton, Alvin Craig, 6352 Deerview Drive, Raleigh, NC 
Norton, Lindsay Jean, 10005 Nearbrook Lane, Baltimore, MD 

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Norwood, Abbey Canslor, P O Box 877, Dallas, NC 

Norwood, Keiera Nicole, 312 Beall Street NW, Lenoir, NC 

Novak, JoAnna Marie, PO Box 128, Berea, OH 

Nuss, Sharon Ruth, 86 Eldrid Drive, Silver Spring, MD 

O'Dell, Naomi Ruth, 273 Asheville Street, Morganton. NC 

Oakes. Toni S., 591 1 Willowbottom Drive, Hickory, NC 

Oles, Rebeccah Grace, 100 Tennyson Court, Spartanburg, SC 

Orr, Ebony Sharelle, 1923 Cliffwood Place, Charlotte, NC 

Ort, Jacob Steven, PO Box 191 1, Blowing Rock. NC 

Orr. Joshua Eric. P O Box 1911. Blowing Rock. NC 

Ortega. Melissa Elda. 14994 SW 58 Street, Miami, FL 

Orth, Natalie Diane, 2651 Williamsburg Circle, Chambersburg, PA 

Osborne, Barbara L, 1370 Bethlehem School RD, Hickory. NC 

Osborne. Kimberly E. 1101 Kenleigh Cuclc. Wilkesboro. NC 

Osborne. Meredith Rae. PO Box 6034, Hickory, NC 

Osteyee. Carol Helen, 207 Henredon Road, Morganton, NC 

Owen, Daniel Leonard, 5132 Butner Drive, Hickory. NC 

Owen. Emily Gail. 718 East Park Drive. Lincolnton, NC 

Oxentine, Jason Charles, 478 Fox Valley Court, Taylorsville, NC 

Pack, Adrienne Michelle, 4948 Mountain View Ln. Morganton, NC 

Padgett, Brooke B, 1020 Whispering Pines Drive, Newton, NC 

Padgett. Lon-aine M, P O Box 2256. Drexel. NC 

Paiva. Diana M. 17 Blyth Court, Palm Coast. FL 

Pannenbacker. Lauri Houck, 2313 Honeysuckle Place. Lenoir. NC 

Parham, Lori D. 4376 Lower Cedar Valley Road. Hudson. NC 

Parham, Virginia A, 4095 South Olivers Road, Newton. NC 

Paris. David Scott, 3205 Azalea Place. Lynchburg. VA 

Parker. Velvet R, 1 183 Mollys Backbone Road. Catawba. NC 

Parsons, Jenny Nicole, 3703 Puett Park Drive, Conover, NC 

Patel, Divya Natu, 3030 N. Church St. Rocky Mount. NC 

Patrick. Andrew Stephen, 330 Whites Mill Road, Abingdon. VA 

Patterson. Misty LeAnn. PO Box 72. Marble. NC 

Patton. Morgan Carol. 130 Sandy Mush Cr Rd. Leciester. NC 

Payne. Alan Ross, 529 Hillcresl Avenue, Burlington, NC 

Payne. Edward Robert. 2645 Second Street NE. Hickory. NC 

Payne, Michael Jeffrey, 2896 Conley Road, Morganton. NC 

Payne. Rachel Catherine, 2016 Rankin Mill Road, Greensboro, NC 

Payseur, Abigail Laurie, 718 Camp Creek Road, Iron Station. NC 

Payseur. Jenny Leigh. 103 Kenwood Avenue. Chertyville. NC 

Payseur. William Cartoll. 3580 Briarcliff Acres. Lincolnton. NC 

Pcnland. Samuel Ross. 203 Chenoweth Drive. Simpsonville, SC 

Penley, Andrea Nicole, 19 Robinson Cove Road, Candler, NC 

Penman. Bryan John. 24 Shawnee Way. Stafford. VA 

Peoples. Demetrius J, 75 SW 75th Street Apt C-5, Gainesville, FL 

Pepper. Crystal Lee. 7007 Oak Glen Drive. Hughesville. MD 

Perez. Rosario Besaida. 2316 Main Avenue DR NW, Hickory. NC 

Perkins. Jennifer Leigh Ann. 64 Patty's Place. Stony Point. NC 

Pertello. Kristin Maria. 1076 6th Avenue Drive NW. Hickory. NC 

Peters. Jason Ross. 127 Apple Blossom Court. Belton. MO 

Peterson. James Daniel. 2221 Old Mountain Road. Lexington. NC 

Petrea. Tori Thompson. 504 South Main Street. Granite Falls. NC 

Petty, David Broughton, 6421 Pulleytown Road, Wake Forest, NC 

Petty, Stephanie Brooke, 6833 April Lane, Charlotte, NC 

Phillips, Jason Kent. 201 Reedy Creek School Drive. Lexington. NC 

Phillips. Jeremy Clifford. 315 Taft Street. Eden. NC 

Phillips. Robener A, 13424 Walnut Wood Lane. Germantown. MD 

Phillips. Shannon Lois. 51 Cedar Rd Ext. Hickory. NC 

Pierce. Jennifer Marie. 17 Brushwood Road. Asheville. NC 

Pilkenton. Jonathan Cannon. 301 Woodsway Lane. Lenoir. NC 

Pindlcblaj, Maria Magdalena. 5423 Gunpowder Drive. Hickory. NC 

PInyan. Daniel Richard. 270 White Pines Lane. China Grove, NC 

Piraino. Justin Carmelo, 5137 Parview Drive South. Charlotte NC 

Pitts. Ryan Nicholas, 5510 McComiick Avenue, Baltimore, MD 

Plant, Debra Anne, 4137 Lee Cline Road, Conover, NC 

Plonk, Samuel Robert Ben, 102 Pleasant View Drive, Clemson, SC 

Pollard, Andrea Janelle, PO Box 5774, Boone, NC 

Pollock, Sherri S., 3529 Raintree Drive, Hudson, NC 

Ponder, Nathan Robert, 9425 US HWY 23, Mars Hill, NC 

Poovey. Adrianne Hooper. 1101 South College Avenue, Newton, NC 

Poovey. Paula LeeAnn. 1458 Tin Lane. Lincolnton, NC 

Pope, Kimberiy Whisnant. 341 Tron Avenue, Valdese, NC 

Pope, Paul Ernest, 33 1 8 Honeysuckle Lane, Orlando, FL 

Porter. David Lee, 1 15 Timothy Dan Aveune. Taylorsville, NC 

Porter, Monte Alan, 4152 Herman Sipe Road. Conover, NC 

Poteat, Rocky Gartanuan. P.O. BOX 605. Newland, NC 

Pothier. Michael Rene. 3212 Twin Falls Lane, Matthews, NC 

Pournelle, Pinkney Alexander, 207 Chamblee Road, Walterboro, SC 



'owers. Amanda Raye. 6345 Caveson Court. Fayetteville. NC 
'owers, Keith Edward, 13820 88 Avenue North. Seminole. FL 
'rail. Lindsey Ann, 328 Windy Run Drive. Doylestown, PA 

rescott, Carolyn A, 1 10 Watson Road. Exeter, NH 
'ressley. Monica Erin. 4004 Longhom Drive. Belmont. NC 
're.ston. Robert Dean. .51 10 Lansing Drive, Charlotte, NC 

testwood. Wanda Lee, 2202 Marcus Drive, Granite Falls, NC 

'rice. Madonna Ella, 1227 Belwood Lawndale RD, Lawndale, NC 

'rice, Patrick William, 300 Old Farm Road, Taylorsville, NC 

'rice. Rashad 2621 Southwest BLVD. Charlotte. NC 

'ritchard. Amanda Marie. 4.582 Pinefrost Place. Lenoir. NC 

'rocop. Adina. 914 42nd Avenue Lane NE. Hickory. NC 

'roctor. Phyllis Gail. 1931 12th Street Lane NE. Hickory. NC 

'ropst. Annie Jeanne, 323 17th Ave. N.E., Hickory. NC 

'ropst. Glenn David. 2705 33rd Avenue NE. Hickory. NC 

'ropst. Joshua Gray. 1211 Carbon City Road. Morganton. NC 

'ropst. Mary Doggett. 1808 Ceasar Drive. Newton, NC 

'ruitt, Landon Richard, 301 Femwood Drive, Seneca, SC 

'urgason, Rebecca Jo, 1519 20th Avenue NE, Hickory, NC 

'usz, Toshia Leigh. 1548 Taylorsville MFG RD. Taylorsville. NC 

i'yne, Mary Grandel. 3130 7th St Dr NE, Hickory, NC 

Jualheim, Kathryn Elizabeth, 4042 5TH Street NW. Hickory, NC 

Qualhcun, Robert Everett, 4042 5TH Street NW, Hickory, NC 

Queen, Lesley, 238 North Post Road, Shelby, NC 

^afferty, Bret Anthony. 3501 Deerfield Heights, Cortland, NY 

Raines, Jason Grey, 105 N Si.\th Street, Mebane, NC 

^amseur, Rohbin D, 2108 Norwich Court NW, Conover, NC 

lamseur. Tiffany N, 2970 12TH Ave SE Apt 67-S, Hickory, NC 

Ramsey, Jenny Leigh, 141 Bell Road, Asheville, NC 

ianey, Frances G, 486 14th Ave Dr NE, Hickory, NC 

ianney. Kirk Thompson, 611 Lakeview Avenue, Milford, DE 

iatchford, Michaell P, 1451 12th St Dr NW Apt 2, Hickory. NC 

^ay. George Calvert. 54 Cove Crest Dr, Taylorsville, NC 

^ay, Teresa Coulter, 1932 15th Street NE, Hickory, NC 

^ay. Terra D. 2301 Philadelphia Church Road, Dallas, NC 

Reamer, Karen Augusta, 13230 Dawnwood Court, Midlothian, VA 

Sector, Aaron Joel, PO Box 445, Stony Point, NC 

Redden, Katie Snider, 612 North Main Street, Mooresville, NC 

Redmond-Allison, Channon A, 495 Redgeway Ave, Statesville. NC 

Reece, Cindy Lee, Post Office Box 171 1, Hickory, NC 

Reed, Ashlee Moffet, 5 Greenhaven Court, Stafford. VA 

Reed. Lynne Bolick. 3722 Puett Park Drive. Conover. NC 

Reed. Marti Rhea. 3028 Talley Reed Place. Granite Falls, NC 

Reed, Nathan C, 1043 12th Avenue NW lA, Hickory. NC 

Reel. Michael Jerome. 5444 Maybank Lane. Vale. NC 

Reese. Matthew Jeremiah. 5300 Talmage Street. Catawba. NC 

Reeves. Andrea Laura. 1232 Shadowood Drive, Spartanburg. SC 

Regan. Colleen Elaine, 6 Via Olorosa. Rancho Santa Margari. CA 

Reid. Aletia Joy. 3555 38th St Dr NE. Hickory. NC 

Reid. Jennifer Erin. 1262 Pine Hill Road. Conover, NC 

Reid, Justin Louis, 4457 Old Country Way, Snellville, GA 

Reid, Shannon Treandios, 901 Fairview Road, Mount Holly, NC 

Reid, Virginia S, 4104 Temple Hill Church Road, Granite Falls, NC 

Reinhardt, Shana Brooke, 1640 5TH Street NW, Hickory, NC 

Reiser, Caroline S, 2780 Meadowood Drive, Fort Lauderdale. FL 

Rhodes. Sarah Lauren. 1308 West Rasch Road. Florence. AL 

Rhodus. Debra Daniel. 2095 Wallace Dairy Road. Hickory. NC 

Rice. Grace Michele. 9320 Reepsville Road. Vale. NC 

Rice. Rosellie Elisa. 476 Everidge Road, Winston Salem, NC 

Rice. William Michael. 9320 Reepsville Road. Vale. NC 

Richard, Joseph Gregory, 501 Old Park Road, Maiden, NC 

Richards, Justin Edward, 17 Ashely Place, Hendersonville, NC 

Richardson, Crystal Hall, 2027 1st Ave SW. Hickory, NC 

Richardson, Kassim G, 1920 Gray wood Ct, Winston Salem, NC 

Rieger, Bryce Edward, 1311 Las Brisas Lane, Winter Haven, FL 

Rife, Kelly Cruse, 606 Pebblestone Court, Statesville, NC 

Riggs. Kimberly Irene. 2828 Blanche Drive. Buriington. NC 

Rikard. Beth Marie, 3014 38th Ave. Lane N.E.. Hickory. NC 

Riley. Christopher Michael, 1011 Linnaean Drive, Morganton, NC 

Robhms, David Brown, R R 1 Box 1279 H, Nescopeck, PA 

Rohbins, Gerald Eugene, 713 6th Avenue SW, Hickory, NC 

Roberts, Meredith Anne, 504 6th Street NE, Conover, NC 

Robertson, Susan Garwood, 1044 18th Ave NW. Hickory, NC 

Robinson. Cale Kenneth. PO Box 1727. Layton. UT 

Robinson. Corinne Michelle. 7937 W Drive Apt G. N. Bay Village, FL 

Robinson, Hali Siobian, P O Box 58, Catawba, NC 



Robinson, Mahyoh Mekiala, 824 S High Street, Deland, FL 
Robinson, Micah Christopher, 2729 Country Oaks Drive, Layton. UT 
Robinson. Yolanda LeRea. 1215 8TH Street NE Apt A. Hickory. NC 
Robitzer. Scott Haines. 190 Hawthorne Court. Wyomissing. PA 
Rockett. Audrey Bryant. 2987 Shell Hollar Road. Claremont. NC 
Rockett. Douglas R 1636 3rd Street. NE. Hickory, NC 
Rodriguez, Ruby Carmcia, 107 King Street SE. Valdese. NC 
Rodriguez. Ruby Carmela, 107 King Street SE, Valde.se, NC 
Rogers, Angela Dawn, 520 Olivette Road, Asheville, NC 
RoUms. Robert Brian 703 Hester Dri\e. Dallas. NC 
Rome. Christopher Sean. .1534 Mays Chapel Ch Rd. Newton, NC 
Romine, John Daniel. 4723 Granada Hills Drive. Granite Falls. NC 
Roseman. Amanda Kay. 1 1 1 Celeste Eufola. Statesville. NC 
Ro.senbaum. Thomas Brett. 41 1 Ashmoor Lane. Lexington, NC 
Ross, Sarah Katherine, 522 N Flint Street, Lincolnton, NC 
Ross, Stephanie Lee, P O Box 10692, Naples, FL 
Rossetto, Maria Tereza, 557 5th Street NW, Hickory, NC 
Rowe, Amanda Dawn, 126 Ken Lane, Statesville, NC 
Rowe. Jennifer Lassena, 517-A 12th Avenue NE, Hickory, NC 
Rowland, Douglas Marion, 1415 Torredge Road, Durham. NC 
Rubio. Vicky Alexandra. 1747-B 8th Street Dr NE, Hickory, NC 
Ruddock, Morgan Sue, 1337 Westchester Drive, High Point, NC 
Rudisill, Jamie Ruth, 6209 Vandresser Point, Hickory, NC 
Ruff, Derek Eniest, 601 Elizabeth Drive, Thomasville, NC 
Ruff, Mary Glen, 1550 Tanglewood Dr., Hickory, NC 
Ruppe, Stephanie Lee, 1345 Gaston Day School Road, Gastonia, NC 
Rush, Kenyon Matthew, 291 Seottsdale Lane, Clemmons. NC 
Rush. Timothy David. 1987 Freedom Lane. Hudson. NC 
Russell. Erin Kelli, 223 Moore Road, Mill Spring, NC 
Russell, Nicole Leigh, PO Box 655, Richfield. NC 
Rutledge. Tyson A. 950 Howards Creek Mill Road. Vale. NC 
Ryan, Patrick Michael, 1690 Easthaven Drive, Newton, NC 
Rye, Diane A, PO BOX 5287, Conover, NC 
Safley, Charles Christopher. 4516 Keswick Drive, Raleigh, NC 
Saine, Bradley Dean, 1728 18th Avenue NE, Hickory, NC 
Salter, Aaron Joel, PO Box 356, Rosman. NC 
San Nicolas, Joannaly B, 616-D 22nd Ave NE, Hickory, NC 
Sandlian, Kristin Lynne. 301 Carrituck Ct.. Lenoir. NC 
Sato. Kimitake. 11573 Woodhollow Court. Reston. VA 
Satterfield, Courtney Anne, 2205 Adventure Trail, Durham, NC 
Saunders, Angela D, 1303 Mountain Shadows Drive, Morganton, NC 
Savage, John L, LRC Box 7107, Hickory, NC 
Scaffidi, Susan, 2049 Whitegate Lane, Newton, NC 
Schaal, Timothy Dale. 112 Waldemar Court SE. Winter Haven. FL 
Schilling. Harmony Brooke, 215 Pine Tree Court, Candler, NC 
Schley, Mary Stirling, 481 1 Charlie Crowley Road, Morganton, NC 
Schmidt, Alison Rose, 4353 Fern Creek Drive, Jacksonville. FL 
Schmitt. Erik Roger. 1379 Applecross Court. Kemersville, NC 
Schortz. Joesph Richard. 1 209 5TH Street NE #244, Hickory NC 
Schrum, Brooke Holland, 1433 Poston Drive. Lincolnton, NC 
Scott. Anna Elizabeth. 516 Lansdowne Place. Birmingham, AL 
Scott, David Wayne, 5065 Throneburg Road, Catawba, NC 
Seaford, Jonathan Crispin, 230 Catalina Drive, Mooresville, NC 
Seagle, Priscilla Leigh, PO Box 461, Marion, NC 
Seagle. Teri Beth, 302 Latimer Lane. Morganton. NC 
Sease, Russel Franklin, 227 Lakewood Drive, Chapin, SC 
Sedlack, Heidi Lynn, 21 Park Lane, West Milford, NJ 
Seeley, Natalie Elaine, 5502 Kentucky Avenue, New Port Richey, FL 
Segura, Thomas Weston, 1048 Indian Mound Trail, Vero Beach, FL 
Sehorn, Shelley Kathleen, 2220 Overhill Road, Chariotte, NC 
Sensenig, David Andrew, 304 Hannes Street, Silver Spring, MD 
Separk. Bradley Tripp. 1 16 Yorkchester Way. Raleigh. NC 
Serekeberhan. Dawit. 1 1624 Stewart Ln #102. Silver Springs. MD 
Sergeant, David B, 19396 Hampton Drive, Boca Raton, FL 
Seter, Elaine Teresa, 24 Hilltop Lane. Hickory. NC 
Settlemyre, Robin Elaine, 593 Arrowhead Trail, Marion, NC 
Setzer, Christy Shannon, 1114 North Hill Drive, Lincolnton, NC 
Setzer, Coleman Dean, 965 18th Avenue Court NW. Hickory, NC 
Setzer, Dennis Alan, I 103 1ST Street Place SE, Conover, NC 
Setzer, John Robinson, 6200 Sancindy Lane, Myrtle Beach, SC 
Setzer, Mary Katherine, 9701 Bartlctt Road, Chariotte, NC 
Setzer, Melissa Jane, 4240 E NC Hwy 10, Claremont, NC 
Shannon, Jenifer Lyn, 8234 Smithfield Avenue, Springfield, VA 
Shapley, Julie Ann, 1810 2nd Avenue NW #8, Hickory, NC 
Sheets. Christy Nicole. 1000 Thompson Road. Cleveland, NC 
Sheets, Ragan Alane, 3616 Piedmont Estates RD, Climax, NC 



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Shehan, Michael Alan, 1511 35th Ave NE, Hickory. NC 
Sherrill, Angela Gale. 1758 Magnum Road. Hickory. NC 
Sherrill, Sandra Jones. 1099 - 17th Avenue NW. Hickory. NC 
Shirlen, Andrew Mark. 1 13 Linden Lane. Lexington. NC 
Shuck, Stephen Michael, 130 Slade Drive. Longwood. FL 
Shuffler, Christy Lee, 818 Water Hyacinth Ct NE, St Petersburg, FL 
Shuler. Kaneal G, 228 Brittany Court, Burlington, NJ 
Shultz. Misty Dawn. PO Box 352, Taylorsville, NC 
Shutte. Audrey Anne. 56 Rhonda Place, Wanaque, NJ 
Siegel, Patricia Ann, 3949 13th Street Circle NE, Hickory, NC 
Siers, Kevin Wayne, 523 - 12th Avenue NE, Hickory, NC 
Signion, Joshua Duranl, 3817 Jimmy Place NE, Hickory, NC 
Sigmon. Marcheta Y. 3426 Bunker Hills School Rd. Claremont. NC 
Sigmon, Ryan Christopher, 1260 Deert'ield Drive, Spartanburg, SC 
Silber. Robert C, 204 8th Street NE, Conover, NC 
Silta, Eduardo, 75 Greenvale Circle. White Plains, NY 
Simpson, Anthony E, 1029 Old Mountain Road, Statesville, NC 
Simpson, Helen Gaskill, 254 West Park Drive, Morganton, NC 
Sims, Donna Miller, Post Office Box 1318, Claremont, NC 
Sipe, Elizabeth Vida, 4480 RiHe Range Road, Conover, NC 
Sisk, Adrianne M. 905 Mountain Creek Lane, Taylorsville, NC 
Sitton, Mary Louise, 2531 17th St NE, Hickory, NC 
Sitts, Allie Nichole, 4353 St Paul's Church Road, Morganton, NC 
Sizemore, Craig Michael. 709 Hempstead Court. Chesapeake. VA 
Skidmore, Danny Nelson, 19325 Bamette Street, Cornelius. NC 
Skora. Thomas Zbigniew, 21681 Sutlers Lane, Boca Raton, FL 
Sladcik, Adam Richard, 4905 21st Street West, Bradenton, FL 
Slagle. Bryan Michael. 44 Brompton Road, Arden, NC 
Slivka. Denis, 950 2()TH ST NE Apt 9E, Hickory, NC 
Sloane, Jesse Blake, 28 Hunters Creek Lane. Granite Falls, NC 
Small, Pamela Erica, 6673 ST Peter Church RD, Myrtle Beach, SC 
Small, Ronald Watson, 5572 Bolick Road, Claremont, NC 
Smart, Mackenzie Lynn. 493 East Bluff Drive. Penn Yan, NY 
Smith, Brian Edward, 310 W 27th Street, Newton. NC 
Smith, Clinton Adam, 5108 Raynell Street, Catawba, NC 
Smith, Darrell Brian, PO Box 139, Moncure. NC 
Smith. Donnell Bryan. PO Box 139. Moncure. NC 
Smith. Elizabeth Bolick, 310 West 27th Street, Newton, NC 
Smith, Grady Thomas, 3651 Hialeah Road, Venice, FL 
Smith, Jana Denise, 1004 First Street Drive SE. Conover, NC 
Smith, Jefferson Andrew, 338 41st Avenue PL NW, Hickory, NC 
Smith, Joshua Wilson 121 Hidden Harbor Road, Mooresville. NC 
Smith. Kevin Tyrone. 534 Dove Street. North Augusta. SC 
Smith. Michael Bnan, 3665 1 0th Street Dr NE, Hickory, NC 
Smith, Michael Montague, 1 107 Alverstone Drive, Kemersville, NC 
Smith, Neal Branden, 562 Red Hawk Road, Mouth of Wilson, VA 
Smith, Nickey Joe, 7491 Knobs Landing, Connelly Springs, NC 
Smith, Renee C, 731 Mcbee St., Lincolnton, NC 
Smith, Ross Everette, 180 South Claybon Drive. Advance. NC 
Smith, Sabrena Lee, 65 Old Haw Creek Road, Asheville, NC 
Smith, Sara Wesley, 332 Heather Drive, Sunset Beach, NC 
Smith, Shelley Marie, 12110 Wiesinger Lane, Midlothian, VA 
Smith-Penny, Tom, 2637 Blackburn Court, Granite Falls, NC 
Snellings, Tammie Owens, 306 Woodrow Hoyle Road, Casar, NC 
Sokolitsky. Tari Edrick. 4206 Derbyshire Lane, Orlando, FL 
Sommer, Christine Renee, 14 Saxon Lane, Newport News, VA 
Sowers, Amy E, PO Box I 17, Fleetwood, NC 
Sparks, Roman Craig, Route I Box 159, Spruce Pine, NC 
Speagle, Paul Hunter, 540 43RD Avenue Court NW, Hickory, NC 
Spell, Benjamin Alan, 3831 Creekview Drive, Trinity, NC 
Spencer, Kimberiy Michelle, 2823 Indian Hill Circle, Hickory, NC 
Spitz, Alexander Woolfe, 10325 Scott Mill Road, Jacksonville, FL 
Sprehe, Kyle Michael, 1 1005 Kewanee Drive, Tampa, FL 
Spring. Bethany Jill, 1445 Fourth St. Dr. NW Apt. 56. Hickory. NC 
Springall. Stacey Rae. PO Box 391, Hildebran, NC 
Spurling, Angela Joy, 737 West Double Shoals Rd, Lawndale, NC 
Stafford, Jonathan Luke, 430 I7TH Avenue Drive NE, Hickory, NC 
Stallings, Bryne Lee, 147 Clover Drive SW, Lenoir, NC 
Stapp, Philip Andrew, 3802 Gatlin Place Circle, Oriando, FL 
Starbuck, Amber Leigh, 4150 Highway 22 North, Franklinville, NC 
Starkey, David Allan, 1605 Lynn Mountain Road, Vale, NC 
Stames, Amanda Abee, 218 Chigger Ridge Road, Taylorsville, NC 
Slarnes, Jackie Leonard. 310 Heritage View Road. Hickory. NC 
Starnes, Phyllis Teague, 4851 Hickory Blvd. Granite Falls. NC 
StaiT. Vanya Elise. 105 Pamela Avenue. Athens. GA 
Stell, Audrey Dale, 232 Grey Road, Davidson, NC 



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Stellar, Jacqueline Diane, 8803 Arley Drive, Springfield, VA 

Stemple, Cassandra Leigh, 1883 Paddy Place, Charleston, SC 

Stephens. Susan Holland. 210 Belleforde Court, Lewisville, NC 

Stewart, Adam Nicholas, 5285 Crestside Street, Claremont, NC 

Stewart, Benjamin Ross, 1570 All Healing Sprgs Rd, Taylorsville, NC 

Stewart, Travis Wayne, 519 Players Ridge Road, Hickory, NC 

Stilwell, Leslie Renee, 5515 Lowmans Drive, Hickory, NC 

Stinson, Susan Annette, 115 Steves Farm Lane, Statesville, NC 

Stirewalt, Cory Alexander, 529 Collins Avenue, Kannapolis, NC 

Stirk, Michael Patrick, 924 4th St Dr NE #3, Hickory, NC 

Stone, Cathertnc Ann, 339 Forest Hills Road, Wilkesboro. NC 

Stone, Robert Gray, 2530 E Brocktown Road, Moravian Falls, NC 

Stracener, Philip Frederick. 3720 10th Street NE, Hickory, NC 

Strickland, Joshua Thomas, 1330 5th St NE, Hickory, NC 

Strock, Andrew J, 1805 Wrightfield Ave. Yardley, PA 

Strosnider, Mollie Anne, 4841 Westhill Drive SW, Roanoke, VA 

Slulpin, Susan Crawford, 1469 Busbee Street, Catawba, NC 

Suddreth, Lori Harrison, P O Box II, Hildebran, NC 

Sullivan, Marcus Ray, 3002 38th Avenue Lane, NE, Hickory. 

Sumic, Shamell Michiko, PO Box 2547, Kamuela, HI 

Summey, Karen Penley, 1515 Indian Springs Drive, Conove 

Surratt, Jameil Rashoan, 167 Popular Street, Forest City. NC 

Swanger, Daniel G, 1327 14th St Dr NE, Hickory, NC 

Swanger, Daniel Gene. 1327 14th Street Drive NE, Hickory, NC 

Swanson, Melissa H, 2047 Sigmon Dairy Road, Newton, NC 

Swanson, Timothy Dale, 512 20TH Avenue SE, Hickory, NC 

Sweeney, Anthony Franklin, 3059 Mayberry Avenue, Huntingtown, MD 

Sweet, Christopher M, 147 W. Midland Ave, Paramus, NJ 

Taylor, Anna Maria, 6919 Hickory Ridge Road. Harrisburg. NC 

Taylor, Chelsea Jade, PO Box 187, Cherokee. NC 

Taylor. Emily Winstead, 1260 5th St NE Apt 9, Hickory, NC 

Taylor, Katherine Louise, 2819 Randolph Road, Statesville. NC 

Taylor, Mollie Agle, 626 East McBee St., Lincolnton, NC 

Teem, William Alexander, 2355 Sumter Lake Drive, Marietta, GA 

Teeter, James Lee, PO Box 5385, Hickory, NC 

Temples, Jason Paul, 1243 Robinhood Circle, Charlotte, NC 

Terry, Lawrence O. 5801 N. Hawthorne Way, Raleigh, NC 

Tevepaugh, Lauri Michelle, 139 Getgood Lane, Statesville, NC 

Thomas, Randall Clyde, 418 Highgreen Drive, Wilmington, NC 

Thomas, Traci Dawn, 622 Hartness Road, Statesville, NC 

Thompson, Courtney Ojecter, PO Box 1681, Hickory, NC 

Thompson, Katherine E, 661 1 E. Whiteway Dr, Temple Terrace, FL 

Thompson, Shannon Leigh, 4591 Old Mtn Road. Stony Point, NC 

Tilley. Cary Lynn, 5180 Sedgebrook Road, Kernersville. NC 

Tilley. Stephanie Paige. 6408 Starga/e Lane, Charlotte, NC 

Todd, Knstin Nicole, 7088 Klondale Street, Shemlls Ford, NC 

Tolbert, John Charles, 5408 Grafton Drive, Chariotte, NC 

Tomalka, Jennifer Leigh, 3918 Cedar Crest Lane. High Point, NC 

Towery, Andrea Pope, 3697 Serenity Drive, Hickory, NC 

Townsend, Kevin Ray, 3522 Clarks Chapel Road, Lenoir, NC 

Tracy, Vicki Cromie, 1 1 1 Gaymont Circle, Statesville, NC 

Travers, Hillary Anne, 213 East Wind Lane, Cary, NC 

Travis, Jacqueline Elaine, 1487 14th Avenue NE, Hickory, NC 

Trick, Kristy Lee, 2525 Pinoak Drive, Hickory, NC 

Trier, Katherine Elaine, 1 106 Lake Drive, Laurinburg, NC 

Triplet!, Roxanne Setser, 4912 N Center Street, Hickory, NC 

Tnplett, Sonya McCrary. 170 Hibriten MTN Road, Lenoir, NC 

Tnplett, Stephanie Patrice. 1659 - 20th Avenue Court NE. Hickory. NC 

Tnplette. Lincoln Drew. 155 Welcome Home Church RD, N Wilkesboro, NC 

Troutman, Andrew Stephen, 3225 Darien Drive, Raleigh, NC 

Troutman, Kimberiy G., 4900 Tumbling Creek Road, Conover, NC 

Tucker, Sarah Crouch, 3361 Asbury Church Rd., Lincolnton, NC 

Tucker, Shawn Thomas, 1015 13TH Avenue NE, Hickory, NC 

Tunstill. William Timothy, 210 East 18th Street, Hickory, NC 

Turner, Chnstopher Mark, 545-J 12th Ave NE, Hickory, NC 

Tysinger, Joanna Lynn, 4122 Parks Road. Lexington. NC 

Tysinger. Joshua Travis. 3214 Pine Needles Road, High Point, NC 

Underwood, Melissa Gayle, 1099 Midway Road, Statesville, NC 

Van O' Linda. William Miles. 5537 Wellfield Road, New Port Ritchey, FL 

Van Opdorp. Christopher Michael, 10592 Boca Entrada Blvd, Boca Raton, FL 

Vang, Foua, 130 Chi Road, Taylorsville, NC 

Vang, Kou. 950 20th Street NE #I7H, Hickory. NC 

Vang. Vue. 950 2(lth Street NE I7H. Hickory. NC 

VanHorn. Jamey Aaron. 1941 20th Ave Dr NE 34. Hickory NC 

Vanosdol. Brandi Michelle. 3196 Mt Zion Road IIOI. Stockbndge. GA 

Varvaris. Tiffany Ann, 518 Stinson Court, Statesville NC 



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/aughan, Kristin Michelle. 2711 Hardwood Lane. Hillsborough, NC 

/aughan, Meredith Helen. 903 Vickie Drive. Gary. NC 

/aughan. Wesley Edward. 1011 30TH Street NE. Conover. NC 

/aughan. William Harold. 4038 Dover Street. Claremont. NC 

/iera. Christina Monique. 125 Alexander Avenue. Hartsdale. NY 

'on Poblocki. Anja. 838 7TH Street NW. Hickory. NC 

/ranek. James Daniel. 10068 Nonhwind Ct. Spring Hill. FL 

Vagner. Jennifer Renee. 39 Pineridge Drive. Carthage. NC 

Vagstaff. Holly 620 North 1 150 East. Lehi, UT 

Vaketield. Traci Autumn. 1942-A Laurel St. NE. Valdese. NC 

Valker. Christina Lynn. 4702 Bethel Church Road. Hickory. NC 

Valker. Donna Lynn. PO Box 561. Polkville. NC 

Valker. Lydia Jane. 3368 Three Forks CH Road. Taylorsville. NC 

Valker. Ricardo E. 6428 Schubert Place. Chariotte. NC 

Vallace. Augusta Mae. 409 West Concord Street. Morganton. NC 

Vallace. Laura Mae. 7036 Sweetfield Drive. Huntersville. NC 

Vallinger. David Ethan, 4427 Vieux Carre Circle. Tampa. FL 

Vails. Amy Fox. 6529 Hildebran Shelby Road. Hickory. NC 

Valscr. Kendall Brent. PO Box 375. Welcome, NC 

Valton. William Thomas. 2127 5TH Avenue NW, Hickory, NC 

Vanner. Martin Stair. 6630 Highlander Way. Crozet. VA 

Vard. Andrew Joseph. 2730 33rd Avenue NE. Hickory. NC 

Vard. Katie Rose. 704 Brockway Avenue. Orlando. FL 

Varren. Susan Joey. 885 Icard Ridge Road. Taylorsville. NC 

Vasitowski. Shanna Kate. 4655 Asheville Highway. Hendersonville. NC 

Vaters. Andrew James, 858 Seven Oaks Road, Boone, NC 

Vaters, Benny Ray, 504 Bouchard Avenue NE, Valdese, NC 

Vatkins, .Aaron Mitchell, 312 Ayers Circle. Suminerville. SC 

Vatson. Angela Beam. 1528 Hulls Grove Church Road. Vale. NC 

Vatson. Brian Christopher. 3103 Eastonbury Court. Colleyville, TX 

Vatson. Frances Caroline. PO Box 820. Enka. NC 

Vatts. Ashley Deana. PO Box 321. Drexel. NC 

Veant. Rebekah Mane. 1914 Philadelphia CH Road. Dallas. NC 

Veaver. Linda Marley. 4737 Granada Hills Drive. Granite Falls. NC 

Vebb. Jen^ Lee. PO Box 564. Roper. NC 

Veber. Heidi Renee. 3707 Robert Scott Court, Jacksonville, FL 

Veekes, Y'Hoshua, 131 1 34 Street, Newport News, VA 

Veide, Robert Louis, 3335 9th Street Drive NE, Hickory, NC 

Veidner, Justin Mark, 3795 Carlisle Road, Gardners, PA 

Veir. William Charles, 145 Ginger Dale, Glen Carbon, IL 

Vellmon, Brandy DeAnna, 605 Sugar Hill Road. Lawndale, NC 

Veils. Ursula G. 809 Bellview Avenue. Valdese. NC 

Vendling. Philip William. PO Box 315. Hickory. NC 

Vesley. Rebekah Lynn. 241 Shannon Lake Circle. Greenville. SC 

Vestmoreland. Amy Suzanne. 1259 Lanier Road. Martinsville. VA 

Westmoreland. Sarah Marie. 15142 Ramah Ch Rd. Huntersville. NC 

Vestmoreland. Stephen Davis. 1487 Hardwood Circle. Newton. NC 

Vhealley, Michael Layfett, PO Box 142, Sylva. NC 

Vhicker. Adam Wayne-Dalton, 629 Chesham Drive, Kernersville, NC 

Vhisnant, Kari Jean, 2450 Duckhook Lane, Conover, NC 

Vhisnant, Kathy Whitener, PO Box 639, Hickory, NC 

Vhisnant. Maria L. 209 Lenoir Street. Morganton. NC 

iVhite. Alesha Nicole. 620 Louise Avenue, Lincolnton, NC 

iVhite, Carta Jo, 2006 Hopewell Church Road, Shen-ills Ford, NC 

iVhite, Laura Suzanne, 735 36TH Avenue NW, ,Hickory, NC 

iVhitener, Heather Nicole, 5585 Startown Road, Newton, NC 

iVhitener, Kathy Thompson, 2370 29lh Ave Dr NE, Hickory, NC 

iVhitworth, Monica Wolfe, P O Box 151, Millers Creek, NC 

iVierenga, Lenore Lynn, 272 N. Mulberry Street. Statesville, NC 

tVill. Stacy Lynne, 9217 Forest Manor Court, Charlotte, NC 

iVillett, Nadine Louise, 1483 20th Ave NE, Hickory, NC 

A'illiams. Darian Antwan. 8172 Old Bailey HWY. Spring Hope. NC 

iVilliams. Kathryn E. PO Box 22. Rutheri'ord College. NC 

iVilhams, Kristin Elizabeth, 102 Julia Drive. Lincolnton. NC 

A'illiams. Leah Michelle. 3012 French Road. Yadkinvillc. NC 

Williams. Randall L. 1 176 Woodrow Place. Lenoir, NC 

iVilliams. Robyn Loy, 5562 Anne Peake, Fairfax, VA 

Williams, Sherry Akers, 3796 Dericas Court, Claremont, NC 

Williams. Tara Darby, 2103 Olde Farm Road, Hudson. NC 

Williams. Tasha K, 8948 Mull Road, Vale, NC 

Williamson. Emma Walters. Post Office Box 2983. Lenoir. NC 

Willis. Ailisa Marie. 5474 Miller Mill Road. Hickory. NC 

Willis. Daniel William. 1846 4TH Avenue NW. Hickory. NC 

Wilson. Diane Hullender. P. O. Box 242. Cherryville. NC 

Wilson. Jill Renee. 3338 Chicken Foot Road. Hope Mills. NC 

Wilson. Malanie A. 1839 Crafton Road. Hickory. NC 



Wilson. Richard Charles. 1569 Lafayette Avenue. Hudson. NC 

Wilson. Ryan James, 2325 Homestead Terrace N, Palm Harbor, FL 

Wilson, Talisha Diane, 1 16 Timothy Dan Avenue, Taylorsville, NC 

Wilson, Tertence DeWarren, 1663 Woodyard Road, Riegelwood, NC 

Winebarger, Reja Fae, 103 Club Haven Drive, State Road, NC 

Wingler, Summer Elizabeth, 3540 4TH Street BLVD NW, Hickory, NC 

Winter, Marion Kathleen, 4542 First Street NW, Hickory, NC 

Winter, Paul Alexis, 4542 First St NW, Hickory, NC 

Winters, Larry Dale, 3446 Winters Street. Newton, NC 

Wiszowaty, Joel Allen, 4342 3rd Street Place NW, Hickory, NC 

Withers, Crystal Adele, 207 Kilbome Drive, Newton, NC 

Witherspoon, Lindsay Wike. 2957 Dogwood Drive, Claremont, NC 

Woniack, Robert Lee. 3 1 5 Golf Course Road. Morganton. NC 

Wood. Angela Everett. 1876 L Simonton Road. Statesville. NC 

Woodell. Shirley L. 1223 Harrison Carsvvell Ave. Morganton. NC 

Woodring. Shannon Leigh. 9621 US HWY 64 90 West. Taylorsville. NC 

Woods. Jamie Lee. PO Box 231. Chen-yville. NC 

Wortell. Jason Scott. 8263 MT Hartinony CH Road. Connelly Springs, NC 

Worthington. Bria Layne, 147 Nottingham Circle, Statesville, NC 

Wrenn, Trisha Cale, 429 Rock Bam Rd #B-2. Conover. NC 

Wright. Phillip Alan. 2300 Shannon Drive. Belmont, NC 

Wright, Shanta Rae, 223 Fourth Street NE, Conover, NC 

Wright, William Curtis, 1712 Rosshire Ct, Lakeland, FL 

Wrike, Andrew Cline, 2013 Wallace Dairy Road, Hickory, NC 

Wyatt, Jonathan Christopher, 310 Cricket Ivy Lane. N Wilkesboro. NC 

Wyatt. Michelle Yvonne. 240 West Park Drive. Morganton. NC 

Yale, Frances F, 1 168 Lithia Spring Road, Moravian Falls, NC 

Yang, Ma, 4990 Hilo Drive. Conover. NC 

Yang. May Xee. 1008 12th St Dr SW. Hickory. NC 

Yang. Pa. 1702 North Rankin Avenue, Newton, NC 

Yang, Sheng, 2501 17th Ave. NE #35. Hickory. NC 

Yang. Va L. PO Box 5 1 26. Cono\ er NC 

Yarborough, Bryan David. 1053 Whispering Pines Drive, Newton, NC 

Yarnell, Donald Jeffrey, 1 1 I Barbary Court, Gary, NC 

Yates. Brett Jordan. PO Box 788. Millers Creek. NC 

Yeaton. Kiniberly Anne. 120 Barden Drive. Havelock, NC 

Yoder, David Howard. 4520 Hickory LincolntonRD, Newton, NC 

Yoder, Joshua Howard, 4520Hickory/Lincolnton Rd, Newton, NC 

Younce, Kristie W., 1 10 Windsor Pointe Circle, Hudson, NC 

Young, James Ronald, 144 5th Avenue NE, Taylorsville, NC 

Young, Kessiah L, 1209 5th St. NE, Apt 250, Hickory, NC 

"I'oung. Lindsay Michelle, 1602 Corral Drive. Hickory. NC 

Young. Monique Ann. 624 12th Avenue NW. Hickory. NC 

Yount. Debra Chester, 4320 Templehill Church RD, Granite Falls, NC 

Yount, Kevin Wayne, 1687 Fox Street, Newton, NC 

Yow, April Carol, PO Box 67, Mineral Springs, NC 

Zakai, Uzma Iqbal, SASREF PO Box lOOS, Al-Juball, SA 

Zanotto, Jeremy Scott, 61 1 Klamath Street, Yreka, CA 

Zimmerle, Ladis Kuklinski, 157 Meadow Oaks Drive, Statesville, NC 

Zimmerman, Hannah Ramelle, 1090 N. Guignard St., Sumter, SC 



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pictures were taken by Carolina Photography. The athletics pictures were taken 
by Phil Robinson ofSportsFotos, copywrited 2000-2001 . The cover was designed 
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S3 The Millennium Bridge, a 
footbridge across the River Thames 
connecting London's St. Paul 
Cathedral with the Tate IVIodern Art 
Gallery, opens in June. It is the first 
bridge to be built over the Thames 
in 100 years. 



Q Gas prices soar across Europe, Heavy taxation policies in France and 
England cause massive protests and transportation blockades. Both 
governments eventually promise relief. 





D Former KGB agent Vladimir Putin 
is sworn into office as Russia's new 
president in May 2000, succeeding 
long-time leader Boris Yeltsin. 
Despite fears of an authoritarian 
style, Putin's public approval ratings 
remain high. 




A Floods in Southeast Asia are 
caused by days of pounding rain. 
IVIillions are forced to leave tlieir 
homes and more than a thousand 
people die in the region's worst 
flooding in decades. 



A President Clinton travels to 
Southeast Asia in November to help 
mend relations between the United 
States and Vietnam. He is the first 
U.S. president to visit Vietnam since 
the end of the war in 1975. 



A A cable car carrying skiers 
and snowboarders in Austria 
catches tire inside a tunnel, 
killing more than 150 people 
on board. It is the worst Alpine 
disaster in the country's history. 



A Yugoslav President Slobodan 
Milosevic is ousted from office in 
October, ending 13 years of violent 
rule. Vojislav Kostunica becomes 
Yugoslavia's first democratically 
elected president. 




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Q Australian 
street artists 
called "Strange 
Fruit" perform 
gravity-defying 
feats around 
the world. The 
performers float 
above the audience 
on 15-foot 
fiberglass poles. 



President Clinton makes a last- 
ditch effort to broker a Middle East 
peace deal before his term ends 
in January 2001 by drafting a plan for 
leaders of both Israel and Palestine 
to review. Israeli Prime Minister 
Ehud Barak and Palestinian Yasser 
Arafat agree to review Clinton's 
proposal, but no deal is signed 
before month's end. 

A Singapore Airlines jumbo jet 
crashes during takeoff in Taiwan, 
killing 81 of the 179 people on board. 
In a blinding rainstorm the pilot uses 
the wrong runway and collides with 
construction equipment. 




Q Canada mourns the death of former 
Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, who 
served the country for nearly 16 years. 
Trudeau, who was 80, is remembered 
for his flamboyant style and his 
commitment to keeping Canada a 
single nation. 



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D In August, the Russian nuclear submarine 
Kursk sinks to ttie bottom of the Barents Sea 
after an unexplained explosion. All 118 crew 
members are killed. l3_ 



FLASH 



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Q Two hundred North and South 
Koreans separated from family 
members since the 1950-1953 
Korean war reunite in August. The 
four-day visits are a goodwill gesture 
by both countries' leaders, who met 
for the first time in June. 




AIDS reaches epidemic proportions 
in southern Africa. Leaders and 
citizens throughout the world 
conduct a massive educational 
campaign on World AIDS Day 
December 1 to teach people about 
the disease that is killing 6,000 
sub-Saharan Africans each day. 

Uganda is struck by an occurrence 
of the deadly Ebola virus that is 
linked to more than 100 deaths. 
The outbreak is traced to a Gulu 
woman who died in September 
and whose body infected other 
people during the ritual cleansing 
of the dead. 






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A In January 2001, a 7.9 magnitude 
earthquake devastates Gujarat in 
western India. The huge quake 
causes an estimated $5.5 billion 
in damages and kills more than 
20,000 people. 



A in August, Somalia elects its first 
president in nine years. President 
Abdiqasim Salad Hassan promises 
to bring peace and economic 
recovery to the African nation. 



A Former Coca-Cola executive 
Vicente Fox, of the National 
Action Party, is elected president 
of Mexico in July, ending the 
Institutional Revolutionary Party's 
71 -year reign. 



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A More than 150 world leaders meet 
at the U.N. Millennium Summit in 
September to discuss war, poverty, 
disease and other global problems. 
The meeting is the largest gathering 
of world leaders in history. 




Q The worst wave of Middle Eastern violence in years erupts between 
Israelis and Palestinians, leaving more than 350 dead. A visit by Israeli 
opposition leader Ariel Sharon to a Jerusalem holy site on September 28 
is claimed to have sparked the fighting. 



S] In July, an Air France Concorde supersonic jet catches fire and crashes 
outside Paris, killing 113 people. The crash is blamed on metal debris which 
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^ The U.S. Senate passes the 
Permanent Normal Trade Relations 
bill in September to open up trade 
between the United States and China. 
The bill is expected to Increase U.S. 
exports by $13 billion annually. 





n Firestone initiates the largest tire 
recall in history after dozens of 
rollover accidents appear to be 
caused by faulty treads. At least 148 
deaths in the United States are linked 
to the defective tires, although other , 
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some of tlie worst fllglit delays on 
record. Bad weather and heavy air 
traffic causedelays that reach a 
peak in June, when only 66% of 
the flights arrive on time. 



A Illegal downloading and missing 
computer tapes threaten the security 
of the Los Alamos nuclear weapons 
lab in New Mexico. Several 
workers at the lab are penalized 
for mishandling nuclear secrets. 




A The Women's Museum: An 
Institute for the Future opens in 
September in Dallas. The musejim 
profiles 3,000 remarkable 
American women and features 
more than 20 Interactive exhibits. 







A Many brands of taco shells and 
corn chips are pulled from store 
shelves and restaurants after a 
consumer group detects traces 
of genetically modified corn not 
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B Convicted of 
monopoly practices 
in the software 
industry, Microsoft 
Corporation is 
ordered by a federal 
district judge in June 
to break into two 
separate companies. 
Company chairman 
Bill Gates files for 
an appeal. 



A wave of Internet startup 
companies, once the darlings 
of the online economy, file for 
bankruptcy after falling short 
of stockholders' earnings 
expectations. The NASDAQ stock 
exchange, where most dot-coms 
are traded, loses 39% of its value 
for the year. 

Millions of Californians go for hours 
without power in January 2001 as 
utility companies cut off electrical 
supply due to low reserves. The 
crisis, blamed on aging generating 
plants, deregulation, soaring 
wholesale prices and debt-ridden 
utilities, spurs other states to 
begin devising prevention plans. 





□ The Oklahoma City National 
Memorial is unveiled in April 2000. 
The memorial is built to honor the 168 
people who died in the 1995 bombing 
of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. 



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Q On December 4, 2000, the U.S. presidency remains in 
limbo as both Florida and New Mexico officials recount 
ballots to determine who will win their state's electoral 
votes. New Mexico goes to Gore. Ultimately, Bush wins 
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Q In the closest presidential election 
in more than 100 years, Republican 
George W. Bush of Texas beats 
Democrat Al Gore from Tennessee. 
The race isn't decided until 36 days 
after the popular election, when 
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On election night, several TV 
networks prematurely declare Al Gore 
the winner In Florida, only later to 
reverse themselves, twice. The 
fiasco confirms many Americans' 
distrust of polling and early "calling" 
of elections. 

In one of his first duties as President- 
elect, George W. Bush nominates 
Colin Powell to be Secretary of State. 
The four-star Army General becomes 
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A Chads, dimpled chads and butterfly 
ballots become common terms 
during the election as Florida officials 
assess voter intent. The confusion 
generates national discussion for 
uniform methods of voting. 



A The U.S. Supreme Court casts 
the deciding vote in the nation's 
election. The court ends the Gore- 
Bush legal battles in Florida by 
stopping all recounting, an action 
that effectively gives Bush victory. 



A In a fiery and highly publicized A Missouri Governor Mel Carnahan 



political battle, Hillary Rodham 



Is elected to the Senate days after he 



Clinton beats Republican Rick Lazio dies in a November plane crash. His 

decisively to become senator from widow, Jean Carnahan, agrees to 

New York. She is the first first lady serve as senator in his place, 
to be elected to public office. 




Q The Federal Trade Commission charges the film, recording and 
video-game industries with marketing violent and adult-rated materials to 
teens. The entertainment giants are requested to stop the practice or face 
legal intervention. 



Q In October, the USS Cole is bombed while refueling in Yemen. A number of 
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Assistants (PDAs) 
capable of calendar 
scheduling, note tal<ing, 
e-mailing, phoning and 
Web browsing go 
mainstream in 2000. 
Competition among 
manufacturers heats 
up with Microsoft, 
Blacl<Berry, Palm and 
other brands vying 
for shares of the teen 
and business markets. 



Paleontologists identify a new 
species of dinosaur from fossils 
found in northern Italy. The 
26-foot-long, meat-eating 
Saltriosaur is one of the world's 
oldest dinosaurs, dating back 200 
million years. 

Scientists are forced to rethink the 
traditional definitions of a star and 
planet when 18 massive planet-like 
bodies that don't revolve around 
a sun are discovered in the Sigma 
Orionis cluster. 




Q Final touches are made to the 
International Space Station for its 
first residents. American astronaut 
Bill Shepherd and two Russian 
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Q Wireless devices that send 
real-time personal messages 
between users become the latest 
communication craze. The "instant 
messages" can be typed, written or 
spoken, depending on the brand, 
and devices cost less than $100. 



D In 2000, both Honda and Toyota launch gas-electric 
hybrid cars. Operated by a battery-powered electric motor 
and a gas-run engine, the hybrids get up to 70 miles per 
gallon on the highway and release minimal emissions. 



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New Internet domain names are 
created to lessen the load on the 
old .com standard. The new names, 
slated for use In mld-2001. include 
.info for general use, .biz for 
businesses, .name for individuals 
and .pro for professionals. 

Scientists complete a rough "map" 
of the genetic code that makes 
a person human. The map will aid 
In the detection and prevention of 
cancer and other Illnesses. 




□ Amtrak introduces the nation's first high-speed train in 
November. The "Acela Express" travels up to 150 miles per 
hour and runs between Washington, D.C., New York and Boston, 
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Q New prepaid credit cards and 
online credit lines are the latest 
high-tech means for parents to 
control their teens' spending. 
Depending on the account, parents 
determine the spending limit or 
the online stores where the money 
can be spent and receive monthly 
statements of purchases made. 



n A new Web site, Customatix.com, lets users design their own 
sneakers. Starting from scratch or selecting a prefab model, users 
can pick everything from the colors and styling to the fabric and 
personalized logo at a cost of $80 to $95 a pair. 





n MH-18, billed as the first national 
lifestyle magazine for guys 13 to 
18, hits newsstands In August. The 
Men's Health offshoot covers sports, 
fitness, school, relationships and 
issues teenage boys face growing up. 




Q Wordstretch bracelets become 
a trendy accessory in Hollywood 
and around the nation. The 
multi-colored elastic bands come 
inscribed with "Call me," "Money Is 
overrated," "Snap out of It" and 
other simple messages designed 
to spark conversation. 



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Q Message T-shirts become fashion statements 
among teen girls. "Foxy Lady," "Princess" and "IVIonkey 
Around" are just a few of the tongue-in-cheek logos 
that appear on the popular shirts. 



By the end of 2000, an estimated 
75% of U.S. universities offer 
courses online and more than 5.8 
million students have logged on. 

With the 2000 unemployment rate 
at a low of 4%, college students 
working as summer interns 
command wages up to $20 an 
hour, along with compensation 
packages, from high-tech and 
Internet companies. 




Q Chrysler rolls out its 1930s retro car, the PT Cruiser, in spring 2000. 
The five-door "personal transportation" wagon is a hot seller, beating the 
popular Volkswagen New Beetle by two to one in the first month. It also 
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Q A new computer video game called 
"The Sims," which simulates the life of 
a suburban family, develops a fanatical 
following with teens. Players create the 
characters and guide them through 
building a house, furnishing it, finding 
a career and running a family in their 
pursuit of happiness. 



□ The IVIillennium Force, the world's tallest and fastest roller 
coaster, opens in May 2000 at the Cedar Point amusement park 
in Sandusky, Ohio. The ride has a 300-foot drop and travels up 
to 92 miles per hour. 





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n Jim Carrey stirs up trouble in the 
town of Whoville in an adaptation of 
the Dr. Seuss classic, How the Grinch 
Stole Christmas. The Grinch, which 
opens in November, is the highest 
grossing film of 2000. 




Q Tom Cruise reprises his role as 
Ethan Hunt in the action sequel 
Mission: Impossible 2. The May 
release is summer's biggest box-office 
draw and 2000's second-highest 
grossing film, earning more than 
$215 million. 



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Popular television series prompt the introduction 
of board game versions. "Survivor" and "Who Wants 
To Be a Millionaire" lead the list of new releases. 



In November, illusionist David 
Blaine Is encased in Ice for 62 
hours in New/ York's Times Square, 
assisted only with air and 
water tubes and a catheter. Blaine, 
who was seeking notoriety over 
national TV, survives the stunt but 
requires hospitalization. 

Russell Crowe becomes a 
household name with the release 
of Gladiator. The epic film wins 
a Golden Globe Award for Best 
Drama as well as an acting nod 
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n In response to the growing interest in Latin music, CBS airs tlie 
"1st Annual Latin Grammy Awards" in September. The show is the first 
primetime network Spanish language telecast on American TV and draws 
7 5 million viewers. 




Hip-Hop remains one of the year's 
dominant sounds, with acts such as 
DMX, Jay-Z and Ludacris all making 
Billboard's Top 40 with new songs 
- \; and selling more than a million 
copies of their latest CDs. 





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B New brands 
and styles of 
portable MPS 
players inundate 
the market in 2000. 
The new-generation 
devices store and 
play digital music 
from the Internet 
and feature more 
playing time than 
their predecessors. 



Madonna scores a record-setting 
12th No. 1 single with the release 
of "Music." In December, she 
weds director Guy Ritchie in a 
Scottish castle. 

Irish artist Samantha Mumba 
makes the music charts in 2001 
with her hit song "Gotta Tell You." 
The 17-year-old joins fellow 
countrymen U2 and The Corrs 
on the American airwaves. 




Q Creed, with lead singer Scott Stapp, 
proves to be one of 2000's hottest rock 
bands, with their singles "Higher" and 
"With Arms Wide Open" hitting the top 
5 on Billboard's Hot 100 singles list. 
The group wins American IVIusIc 
Association's Favorite Alternative Artist 
and Favorite Pop/Rock Album. 




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B Opening week sales records are shattered in 2000 with 
benchmarks set lor the number of albums sold. Britney _ 
Spears' Oops... I Did it Again, Eminem's The H/larsliall l\/lattiers 
LP, Limp Bizkit's Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored 
l/Vaterand Backstreet Boys' Black & Blue all break the 
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Q Napster loses several court battles with the recording 
industry over copyright infringement. The popular online 
music sharing service, with over 60 million users, faces 
shut-down unless it can create a new business formula 
that satisfies the major recording labels. 




The Beatles begin 2001 atop the 
Billboard a\bum chart with the 
album 1. The CD sells more 
than 5 million copies over the 
holiday season. 

Sisqo, a member of the R&B 
band Dru Hill, goes solo in 2000. 
The singer tops the singles chart 
with "Incomplete" and "Thong 
Song" and takes home awards 
from Billboard anA the American 
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A MTV's "Total Request Live," 
which allows viewers to vote for 
their favorite music videos, 
continues to gain popularity. 
Host Carson Daly becomes one 
of the year's best-known faces. 



A Destiny's Child achieves three 
back-to-back No. 1 singles in 2000, 
making the band Billboard's Top 
Pop Artist of 2000. The group is 
nominated for five Grammys, four 
for the single "Say My Name." 



A Faith Hill and Tim McGraw perform 
to sellout crowds on their Soul 2 Soul 
tour. Hill and McGraw win the Country 
Music Association's Female and Male 
Vocalist of the Year, making them the 
first couple to win in the same year. 



A Pink is one of the year's top 
new artists. Her debut album. 
Can't Take Me Home, sells 2 
million copies, and two of her 
songs are Top 10 hits. 



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D Rock music dominates the music charts and award shows in 2000. 
Groups including matchbox twenty, Vertical Horizon and 3 Doors Down top 
both the rock and pop singles charts with their respective singles "Bent," 
"Everything You Want," and "Kryptonite.' 




□ Baha Men's hit song "Who Let the Dogs Out" reaches anthem status 
at sports stadiums across the country. The song also wins a Grammy 
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Q American Marion Jones, 24, becomes the first woman to 
win five tracl< and field medals in a single Olympic Games 
at the 2000 Summer Games in Sydney, Jones wins the 100- 
and 200-meter sprints and the 4x400 relay, and finishes 
third in both the 4x100 relay and long jump. 



P The New York Yankees defeat the New York 
Mats four games to one in the first "Subway 
, Series" since 1956. It is the Yankees' third 
IJstraight World Series win and their 26th overall. 





D Tiger Woods, 24, wins three of golf's 
four major tournaments to become the 
youngest player to win a career grand 
slam. Woods also breaks the earnings 
record for a single year with v/innings 
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NASCAR Winston Cup, his first after 
eight years on the circuit. Labonte 
and his brother Terry, winner of two 
previous Winston Cups, are the first 
brothers to win titles. 



A The Houston Comets beat the 
New Yorl( Liberty to win the 2000 
WNBA championship. The win is 
Houston's fourth In a row, and 
star Cynthia Cooper is named the 
finals IVIVP. 



A In the 2001 Orange Bowl, the 
underdog Oklahoma Sooners defeat 
the Florida State Seriiinoles 13-2 to 
win the National Championship. It 
is Oklahoma's first title in 15 years. 



A Australian Karrie Webb is named 
the LPGA's Player of the Year for the 
second time in a row. Webb wins 
seven titles in 2000, including the 
U.S. Women's Open in July, and sets 
an earnings record of $1.8 million. 



Q Venus Williams dominates women's 
tennis. The 20-year-old has a 35-match 
winning streak, which includes the titles 
at Wimbledon and the U.S. Open as well 
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With a win against the University 
of Dayton in September, Yale 
becomes the first college team 
to wm 800 football games. 

In January 2001, after a three-year 
hiatus legendary Mario Lemieux 
returns to play for the Pittsburgh 
Penguins, the hockey team 
he now part-owns. Lemieux 
becomes the first owner/player 
m the history of the NHL. 





D Cyclist Lance Armstrong wins his 
second consecutive Tour de France in 
July. Armstrong, a cancer survivor, also 
writes his autobiography It's Not About 
the Bike: My Journey Back to Life. 




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championship, the franchise's first in 12 years. 
The Lakers beat the Indiana Pacers in game six of 
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□ In June, the New Jersey 
Devils win their second Stanley 
Cup in six seasons by defeating 
defending champion Dallas Stars 
four games to two in the finals. 
Scott Stevens wins the Conn 
Smythe Trophy for postseason MVP. 



The racing world is stunned when 
NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt Sr., 
a seven-time Winston Cup champion, 
is killed on the last lap of the 
Daytona 500 in February 2001. 
NASCAR does not retire numbers, 
but car owner Richard Childress 
said he will never again race 
Earnhardt's black No. 3 car. 

Xtreme Football debuts in February 
2001. The game combines 
conventional football rules with 
some of the mayhem of professional 
wrestling. Eight teams play in the 
league's first season. 




Q Cathy Freeman carries the Olympic torch at the opening ceremonies 
of the 2000 Summer Games in Sydney. Freeman goes on to win the 400- 
meter dash, becoming the first Aboriginal Australian to earn an individual 
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I Q Paula Prince of Port Richey, 
I Florida, wins the sixth annual Ugly 
Couch Contest, sponsored by a 
slipcover manufacturer, with her 
vintage 70s entry. Prince and two 
other contest finalists appear on 
ABC's "Live! With Regis" in October. 





Q Comedian Dennis Miller debuts as co-announcer on ABC's 
"Monday Might Football." Miller's offbeat humor gets a mixed 
reaction from fans, and the series earns some of the lowest 
ratings in its 31 -year history. 



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Q Fred Rogers, host of the children's 
PBS show "Mister Rogers' 
Neighborhood," announces he will tie 
his tennis shoes for the last time, 
when his final new episode airs in 
August 2001. Rogers will continue to 
work on Web sites, books and special 
museum projects. 




Q In honor of the late 
cartoonist Charles 
Schulz.lOI fiberglass 
Snoopy statues — each in 
a theme wardrobe — are 
displayed in Schulz's hometown 
of St. Paul. Several are 
auctioned off in October 
to raise money for 
aspiring cartoonists 




Video gamer Josh Griffith, 17, 
starts a business filling In for 
otiier gamers involved In an 
online roleplaying game called 
"Asheron's Call." Players are 
required to put in hours of 
game time to keep their online 
characters powerful. Busy 
executives pay Griffith up to 
$40 an hour to play for them. 

After a record 3,545 wins and 
$81 million in earnings during 
her 19-year career, jockey Julie 
Krone becomes the first woman 
inducted into the National Racing 
Hall of Fame. 



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Q Controversial Indiana University 
basketball coach Bob Knight is fired in 
September after allegedly violating a 
University-imposed code of conduct. 
During his 29 years at Indiana, Knight 
was often criticized for temper 
outbursts. His dismissal provokes 
student protest demonstrations. 

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